Nintendo's Drill-Driving Jill is a Girl Gone Wild
Ever have one of those days when you just want to trash everything in sight? Every day is like that for young, pink-haired Jill, the star of the new Drill Dozer(TM) game for Game Boy(R) Micro and Game Boy(R) Advance SP. She spends her days piloting her Drill Dozer robot and leaving a trail of destruction in her wake.
Just like Nintendo's critically acclaimed Metroid(R) series, Drill Dozer features a strong female protagonist. Jill's not a bad girl, she just has some issues. A gang attacked her father and stole her precious red diamond. Really, what's a girl to do?
Drill Dozer was developed by GAME FREAK, a company known for itstop-selling Pokemon(R) games. In this side-scrolling platformer, players use the shoulder buttons to rotate the drill as they search for hidden gears to power up the Drill Dozer. The game combines elements of action, adventure and exploration, and comes with a built-in rumble pak that really lets players get a feel for the devastation they're causing.
Drill Dozer, Rated E for Everyone, launched Feb. 6. For more information about Drill Dozer, visit http://www.drilldozer.com