Crustacean alert! Incoming crabs to the Nintendo DS!

by: Sean Cahill -
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The hermit crabs are coming!  Sure, yelling out something like that probably won't inspire much fear into anyone, but in this case, it's a good thing.  Xia Xia the game is heading to the Nintendo DS in March.  Exploration is the name of the game as you roam throughout the world to check out plenty of levels with rewards galore.  Certainly a game that seems to be a mix of fun and education, most any game that gets the "E" stamp nowadays on the DS seems to be heading that direction, which certainly isn't a bad thing.

America’s Favorite Crab Crustaceans are Headed to Nintendo DS™ with GameMill Entertainment’s Xia-Xia™ the Game Launching March 2012

Explore Nautical Worlds, Find Kooky Friends, Collect, Mix and Match Interchangeable Shells and More with Your Favorite Xia-Xia™ Hermit Crab Characters!

Minneapolis, MN- January 25, 2012- GameMill Entertainment, an independent publisher of entertaining mass-market video games, today announced plans to bring the loveable Xia-Xia™ hermit crab characters to the Nintendo DS™ hand-held system as a delightful and fun adventure game. Xia-Xia™ the game comes out of its shell this March at retailers nationwide.

From sandy beaches to deep blue seas, explore it all with fun and silly hermit crab characters in Xia-Xia the game. Set out on dozens of missions to find shells with your favorite Xia-Xia friends, Bimini, Turks, Trinidad and Tobago.  Along the way meet kooky friends and unlock loads of secret rewards in five unique worlds across 25 levels!  Keep your eyes open, you must discover the hidden star fish in each world to move on to other adventures.  With more than 30 collectible shells to uncover and over 60 missing friends to seek out, Xia-Xia the game provides hours of fun for all ages!

Developed by Black Lantern Studios, the Xia-Xia game for Nintendo DS is rated “E” for Everyone by the ESRB.  For additional information about GameMill’s line of products, please visit:

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