Babysitting Mama Announced For Fall, Comes With Plush Baby

By Spencer . May 11, 2010 . 1:38pm

imageMajesco and Cooking Mama Ltd. (yes, there really is a Cooking Mama company) are finally using that Babysitting Mama trademark we scouted up a year ago. Babysitting Mama is being made for Wii and scheduled as a fall title.


The game also comes with an odd Wii remote accessory, a plush baby you tuck your remote into. Players can care for the remote baby by rocking it as Mama. Can you imagine a baby looking into Mama’s enraged with fire eyes?


Mama, perhaps tired of cooking, also took up crafting as a new hobby and Majesco has a game for that too. Crafting Mama, a stylus based crafting game with forty projects, is also set for fall. In this game, you use the stylus to sew, paint, cut, and mold crafts.

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  • Oi.

  • MisterNiwa

    Wait.. what?

  • If this was made of anime characters (normal~ traditional anime nippon characters, because all cartoons is anime as well), ppl would be flamming it

  • Pichi

    Interested in Crafting Mama if its as customizable as I heard about.

  • I totally don’t want to see Babysitting Mama.

    And yet, I feel I HAVE to see it.

    I’m actually going to go out of my way at E3 to see this (and hopefully try it) firsthand.

    Is that weird? Or is it just human nature to want to see something that sounds so absolutely absurd?

    • You don’t want trainwrecks to happen, but when they do, you don’t want to look away.

      • Yes. That describes it perfectly.

        I have to see this particular trainwreck firsthand.

    • Is E3 still open only for those related in the game business somehow? D: since i was little i always wanted to save up to one day go to the E3 T_T

      • I’m pretty sure it is. I just checked the official site and there’s a section for Attendee Registration for people who are in the game business. It’s $500 to get a pass to attend all 3 days.

  • Vino (Tim N)

    Daddy must be busy making lots of money to support Mama’s many hobbies.

    • Joanna

      Didn’t you hear, Papa is a scientist. He makes lots of useful inventions to pay for Mama.

  • Joanna

    I see Majesco is still having trouble coming to terms with giving Mama a hobby/job that isn’t stereotypical. I don’t see how this game could be any fun, now builder/construction worker Mama would be awesome and probably fit really well with the gameplay of Cooking Mama. But of course Majesco thinks girls can’t possibly like to build things, all they like are babies, cooking, gardening, and other housely things to do. I mean who ever saw a girl playing with lego.

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