After the success of ‘Hanuman: Boy Warrior’, Sony PlayStation has launched its second Indian game ‘Desi Adda: The Games of India.’ The game can be played on PS2 and PSP, and is available in four languages, viz. English, Hindi, Punjabi and Tamil, reports Livemint.
The game involves a storyline along with six indigenous Indian games. Avinash, a Non Resident Indian (NRI), has returned to his grandparent’s village. He needs to recapture his ancestral house from the village head Garjan Singh. He also needs to help in marrying Gowri and Gopal that Garjan Singh is opposing. To meet these ends, he needs to win six games: pachisi (a chess game), aadu puli aatam (a hunting game), kite fight, kabbadi, gilli danda, and a dance game, with moves from garba and bhangra.
Although Desi Adda comes with an age rating of three plus, but Prakash Ahuja, CEO, GarmeShastra aims to get parents nostalgic about these games hooked to it as well. The preview of the game makes one wonder about the complexity level. And by the looks of dancing on Bollywood music, it may be the toughest for those only familiar with Counter Strike and RuneScape.