Britain-based publisher Codemasters has penned a deal with Majesco to bring its casual and family-oriented games to Europe.
A total of twelve games will be produced through the deal for the Nintedo Wii, DS and PSP.
Eight games will be released this year, among them Cake Mania and Toy Shop. Four more are slated for 2009.
"Majesco was looking for a pan-European partner who shares our belief in the strength, quality and depth of our product portfolio whilst contributing measurably to the energy, focus, talent and distribution breadth required to maximize their potential across the PAL territories," said Jason Dutton of Majesco Entertainment International.
Codemasters' CEO also praised the deal.
"Codemasters has a dynamic network of established European offices and distribution bases that will extend Majesco's product reach through PAL territories," said Tony Williams, chief operating officer of Codemasters.
"This will be a very positive partnership given that Majesco has an exciting and diverse range of original and established titles that complements our European portfolio."
Some of the confirmed titles are: Nanostray 2, Toy Shop, Cake Mania 2 and Nancy Drew: The Mystery of the Clue Bender Society for DS, Wild Earth: African Safari, Our House and Cake Mania for Wii and Blokus Portable: Steambot Championship for the PSP.