EA Casual Entertainment recently announced its initial slate of Hasbro games in development on a variety of game consoles, mobile devices, and for online play. The first Nintendo Wii and DS titles that will be available this fall are Littlest Pet Shop

April 6, 2018

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and Nerf ‘N-Strike, both in production at EA’s Salt Lake Studio. EA also is developing new Monopoly and Scrabble (in North America) titles for multiple platforms, as well as other titles that will be announced later this year.

Mobile gamers can already experience Scrabble (in North America) and Yahtzee Deluxe on their phones. Starting this spring, EA Mobile will introduce the next generation of classic Hasbro titles. The first games in this new expansion include Monopoly Here & Now, Trivial Pursuit, Risk, and Yahtzee Adventures, a re-invention of the classic dice game.

For online web play, EA’s Pogo.com is developing authentic online experiences for Monopoly and Yahtzee as multiplayer experiences, and Trivial Pursuit will launch online this fall. Additionally, Pogo.com is launching two connected downloadable titles, Operation and Pictureka, which can be played offline or players can connect online on Pogo for bonus features and the social experience of playing the game with others. With more than 13 million visitors a month, the pogo.com community delivers an online experience for family and friends to connect and play the Hasbro games together in the virtual world.

At Hasbro’s Toy Fair showcase in New York Feb. 17-19, EA will unveil Littlest Pet Shop on Wii and DS, Nerf ‘N-Strike, and EA Mobile’s Scrabble, Yahtzee Adventures, and Monopoly Here & Now.

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