Play.Works Introduces ‘SpongeBob Bounce’ to CTV

Play.Works expands its CTV game lineup with the adventure of “SpongeBob Bounce.”

License Global

June 28, 2024

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Play.Works, producer of Connected TV (CTV) games and video content, has announced the launch of “SpongeBob Bounce.” Available now on Roku and coming soon to leading CTV platforms worldwide, “SpongeBob Bounce” was developed by Play.Works under license from Paramount Game Studios and features the Nickelodeon character, SpongeBob SquarePants, in a free game optimized for the TV screen.

“SpongeBob Bounce” is a family-friendly game that invites players to bounce SpongeBob on a journey up from the ocean floor at Bikini Bottom, avoiding hazards, collect boosters and reach new heights.

“We’re thrilled to bring SpongeBob SquarePants to living rooms worldwide with the ‘SpongeBob Bounce’ game,” says Jonathan Boltax, chief executive officer, Play.Works. “This addition enriches our Connected TV games catalog with globally recognized and entertaining characters and aims to attract both long-time fans and new players.”

The game is part of Play.Works’ extensive games portfolio, which includes hits like “Tetris,” “Wheel of Fortune” and “Doodle Jump.”

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