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‘Futurama’ Returns in New Mobile Game

‘Futurama’ Returns in New Mobile Game
NORTH AMERICA- The popular cult TV show “Futurama” is back in the universe following its TV demise in 2013 with a new mobile game developed by Jam City in partnership with the show’s creator, executive producers and writers.

App features all-new story line from the TV show’s original creators and writers.

NORTH AMERICA- The popular cult TV show “Futurama” is back in the universe following its TV demise in 2013 with a new mobile game developed by Jam City in partnership with the show’s creator, executive producers and writers.

“Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow” was created by Jam City’s game studio TinyCo and FoxNextGames featuring an all-new story from creator and executive producer Matt Groening and his Curiosity Company, along with executive producer David X. Cohen, original “Futurama” writers and Rough Draft Studios.

This app sets the stage for a galactic adventure that will take players across the universe in search of ancient alien artifacts to restore the fabric of space/time after it is transformed by one of the universe’s most recognizable yet enigmatic creatures: the Hypnotoad.

“Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow” is available now in the Apple App Store and Google Play store, and the game will be updated with new characters, quests and stories every week.
"Hypnotoad has always been one of Futurama's most mysterious amphibians," says Matt Groening. "In this game we finally get to learn much more about his bizarre abilities and mating habits. Perhaps too much more.”

View the game trailer here:

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