Taking advantage of the unique DS touch screen, you will help Jill to earn enough cash to reopen her grandparents' bakery and fill it with new baking tools.

The USA based company is an innovative and creative developer, and being based on the original title from one of the leading casual games publishers, Sandlot Games, Cake Mania for the DS will keep the fast-paced cake-baking gameplay, but now you'll be able to use the DS touch screen to bake your cakes.

“Mania is the key word here, because what starts as a manageable day at the bakery quickly blossoms into a chaotic flurry of customer service, baking, frosting and decorating,” said Ken Gold, vice president of Marketing, Majesco Entertainment. “Given its tremendous popularity and mouse-driven mechanics, Cake Mania was the perfect title to offer Nintendo DS owners looking for a portable experience that makes the most of their stylus.”

“Cake Mania is a natural fit for the Nintendo DS platform,” said Daniel Bernstein, President and CEO, Sandlot Games. “We are confident that through our partnership with Majesco, baking cakes will be the new rage on the DS in 2007.”

As for the story of the game, yes, there actually is one. You take the role as Jill, a busy baker and school student. One day, Jill returns from culinary school to find her beloved grandparents' bakery closed down because a new Mega-Mart store opened in the neighborhood. To reopen the bakery and challenge the mega-mart, you have to upgrade Jill's kitchen with state-of-the-art baking tools. The player will do anything from handing out menus and collecting cash, to baking, frosting and decorating cakes.

We can already smell the freshly baked cakes from Jill's bakery, and are looking forward to this unique game.