NDS Valet Parking 1989 - Trailer

To celebrate the release of their DSiWare title Valet Parking 1989, Zordyx handed in a new trailer. Of course you can view the trailer right here on DS-x2.com

Valet Parking 1989 is a game set in a neon lit city where you park cars for a living, trying to please both celebrity guests and an evil boss to make enough money to buy your dream car.

The game has two main modes of play, a story mode and an endless play mode where you simply play until you drop to beat your high scores. The game, with its tongue-in-cheek attitude, will surely put a smile on the face of anyone that ever have had anything to do with the 80s, while still being addictive enough for all others to fully enjoy.

Gameplay is a blend of time management, strategy and map knowledge in a unique and enticing blend. Skill based driving demands both concentration and good stress management while you're still able to play around with it just for fun.

Matti Larsson CEO and Creative Director of Zordix: "Being a child of the 80s myself I thoroughly enjoyed both the games and the attributes of the era. It is hard talking about the 80s without being both nostalgic and ironic at the same time. This game takes me back to the challenging and fun gameplay I grew up with!"


  • Park and return cars to patience impaired guests.
  • One evil bossman!
  • Intense and manic gameplay.
  • Set in a neon lit California 1989.
  • 12 story mode levels all with their own challenges.
  • Shoulder pads galore.
  • 30 characters that you may or may not (n)ever have heard of.
  • Mullets, mullets everywhere!
  • 15 songs (quite but not like, anything you heard before)
  • Two words, handcuffs and ice cream.
  • 15 cars, big and small with their own quirks.
  • Never ending play, with or without a story.
  • A nice ambulance, you will need it!
Posted on 23-04-2011 by Dennis


  • What an odd concept for a video game.

    Trent, 30-11--0001 at 00:00
  • Yeah, but somehow appealing at the same time... Graphically it reminded me of the earlier GTA's

    Dennis, 30-11--0001 at 00:00

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