Snoopy's Town Tale Relaunches with Classic Peanuts Art Style

Posted by | October 04, 2019 | Mobile, News, Video | No Comments

Mobile town-builder Snoopy’s Town Tale has been redesigned to celebrate the upcoming 70th anniversary of Peanuts. Characters and animations in the game have been recreated in the classic, hand-drawn comic strip art style of Charles Shulz.

“As we head into Peanuts’ 70th Anniversary, working with partners who truly understand the rich legacy of the brand is important to Peanuts Worldwide. Today’s Snoopy’s Town Tale update brings to life that legacy by celebrating the signature style and spirit of Charles Schulz and his characters,” said Roz Nowicki, Executive VP, Peanuts Worldwide.

The redesign update also adds a new character, Roy, and a new adventure. The adventure focuses on the kids’ school life, such as Charlie Brown in a spelling bee and Peppermint Patty’s quest to earn a gold star.

“Over the past five years we have worked closely with Peanuts to create a world where fans can enjoy everything they love about Snoopy, Charlie Brown, and the rest of the gang,” said Arthur Madrid, CEO and co-founder, Pixowl. “Our Snoopy’s Town Tale team has collaborated to remake the entire game in keeping with Charles Schulz’s original vision for the characters because it’s a labor of love for them.”

Snoopy’s Town Tale tasks players with building a town filled with classic Peanuts characters, locations, and moments. It’s a free-to-play mobile game with in-app purchases.

Snoopy’s Town Tale is available for iOS and Android. It’s rated E for Everyone.

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