If you have Disney Plus (or the Disney Junior channel) and have kids, you’re probably well acquainted with the PJ Masks. They’re the PJ Masks! Catboy! Owlette! Gekko! Now the song’s stuck in your head!

The gang’s all here to battle pint-size super-villains in PJ Masks: Heroes of the Night, a new kid-friendly video game for PC, PlayStation 4, Stadia, Switch, and Xbox One ($39.99). It’s developed by Petoons Studio and published by Outright Games.

Play as all three pajama-wearing, late-night super heroes and use their talents to defeat bad guys. Catboy has super speed and agility. Owlette can fly, and Gekko has super-strength. The world features eight locations from the show, including the city roofs, Mystery Mountain, and the Moon.

Search for collectibles and battle the late-night villains from the show, including Luna Girl, Romeo, and Night Ninja. Gameplay controls are easy and simple to support younger gamers.

PJ Masks originally debuted in France, as the show is based on the French children’s series Les Pyjamasques. It began airing in the United States in 2015. Season five is currently airing, with a sixth season already scheduled for 2023. Although it airs on Disney Junior, the series has been owned by Hasbro since 2019.

PJ Masks: Heroes of the Night is available now on PC and consoles. It’s rated E for Everyone.


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