Outright Games and developer PHL Collective released Ben 10: Power Trip on Steam PC, PlayStation 4, Switch, and Xbox One. The 3D adventure game stars Cartoon Network hero Ben 10…
UK Publisher Outright Games, along with developer PHL Collective and Cartoon Network, have announced a new game based on popular kid’s animated series, Ben 10. Ben 10: Power Trip releases…
Indie mobile developer Crystal Fish Games released an officially licensed platformer based on several Cartoon Network shows. It’s called Cartoon Network Party Dash, and it’s available now on iOS and Android. It’s free to download with in-app purchases and ads.
Cartoon Network Party Dash features 10 unlockable characters across three different Cartoon Network series: Ben 10, We Bare Bears, and The Amazing World of Gumball.
The 10 featured characters are Four Arms, Heatblast, XLR8, Gumball, Dwarin, Anais, Penny, Grizz, Panda, and Ice Bear. The characters are forced to join forces when several villains attack a party hosted by Ben 10, the Gumball crew, and the Bear siblings.
The gameplay features fast-paced 2D platforming as you dash through levels by filling a combo meter.
Each character can unlock new gear and perks as they attack enemies and grab coins. Coins can be used to purchase powerups like extra lives, shields, and jumps. Alternative outfits are available as in-game purchases. Party outfits mix in themes from other Cartoon Network shows like Adventure Time, The Powerpuff Girls, and Steven Universe.
Cartoon Network Party Dash is rated E for Everyone. It’s available now on iOS and Android mobile devices.
Teen Titans Go Figure! is the new mobile game based on the Teen Titans Go! cartoon, and it’s available now on iOS and Android mobile devices and tablets ($3.99). It’s a sequel to the well-received mobile game Teeny Titans and inspired by the upcoming feature film, Teen Titans Go! to the Movies, by Warner Bros. Animation, arriving July 27.
Teen Titans Go Figure! lets you play as Robin, Raven, Cyborg, Starfire or Beast Boy as they collect heroes and battle villains across Metropolis, Gotham City, Arkham Asylum, and other famous sites in the DC Universe. It features nearly 100 3D stylized figures to collect, battle with, and level up, including Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman. With that many heroes there’s also some not-so-famous names like, uh, Space Cabbie and Condiment King.
The battle system is 3v3, and you’ll need to know which heroes to switch in and out at the right time, not unlike Pokémon, and very similar to Teeny Titans.
In app purchases exist to provide random goody bags of loot (yep, loot boxes), as well as customizable options for your figures, like Repaint Tokens.
Teen Titans Go Figure! is developed and published by Cartoon Network (licensed by Warner Bros.) and rated E10+. Teen Titans Go! to the Movies is the first feature film based on the rebooted Teen Titans Go! cartoon series. It stars Will Arnett and Kristen Bell, and arrives in theaters July 27. It’s rated PG.
A new Cartoon Network app is now available to download on Xbox One consoles. The app allows fans to stream full-length episodes directly from their Xbox consoles. The app is free to download via the Xbox Games Store.
The Cartoon Network app is the exact same one you can download on your smart phone on iOS and Android. The app includes select episodes from series such as Steven Universe, Powerpuff Girls, Teen Titans Go!, Ben 10, and Adventure Time. There’s also some extra content including clips and exclusive premieres before they air on TV.
You can rate videos as you watch them, letting the app build a custom, personalized playlist based on your views and likes.
The app is free but you’ll need to sign in via your cable provider to access most episodes. A few select episodes are available for free without having to sign in.
The following TV providers let you sign into the Cartoon Network app: AT&T U-verse, BendBroadband, Blueridge, Cable One, Cablevision Optimum, Charter, Comcast, Cox, Dish, DirecTV, EPB Fiber Optics, Grande Communications, Massillon Cable TV, Mediacom, Midcontinent Communications, Suddenlink, Verizon, WOW and Xfinity.
The Cartoon Network app is currently available for Xbox One. No announcements have been made if the app will come to PlayStation 4 or Nintendo Switch.