SOURCE: GameChains

July 09, 2008 09:30 ET

Father/Daughter Team Invents GameChains®, a Convenient Accessory Product for the Nintendo DS That Kids and Parents Can Appreciate

Based on the Need to Contain Those Small, Expensive Hand-Held Game Cartridges From Loss, This Team Developed an Accessory Product Which Allows the Game Cartridges to Be Connected to a Color-Coded Metal Chain, Much Like Keys on a Key Chain, Keeping Your Games Close At-Hand and Never Lost

SWARTHMORE, PA--(Marketwire - July 9, 2008) - Since the inception of the portable game player, parents around the world have been in the position of hearing their kids complain about losing their favorite hand-held game cartridge, or maybe they've found one under the car seat, in the sofa, or in the clothes dryer after having been left in the laundry. Now, thanks to a father/daughter design team, the frustration of missing or losing game cartridges can be a thing of the past.

GameChains® (, now available and compatible with Nintendo DS™ games, helps to alleviate loss by joining the small and expensive cartridges onto a metal chain, letting players switch games quickly and conveniently, but still leaving them removable from the chain. The GameChains® tag line, written by the 9-year-old co-inventor, says it all: "You don't carry your keys without a key chain, why carry your games without GameChains®!"

GameChains® offers a perfect way to contain games while traveling on vacations, spending time at the pool, riding in the car or simply hanging around the house. The system of laser-cut tabs, powder-coated metal chain, and aggressive, but non-permanent, adhesive pads keep the player's games convenient and close-at-hand since the additional games hang from the end of the game in play.

Ask your favorite game retailer about GameChains®, or purchase online:

Nintendo DS™, and DS Lite™ are among the trademarks or registered trademarks owned by Nintendo. No claim to these trademarks is made or intended by GameChains®.

About GameChains®

GameChains® (Pat. Pending) is made in the United States and is a product of Embodia LLC, an invention and product development company based in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania.

Contact Information