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'SpongeBob: Krusty Cook-Off' Game Dives into Mobile Devices

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The “SpongeBob” mobile game from Tilting Point and Nukebox Studios has officially launched on iOS and Android.

“SpongeBob: Krusty Cook-Off” is now available on mobile devices. 

Co-developed by Tilting Point and Nukebox Studios in partnership with Nickelodeon, the game gives players the chance to become an under-the-sea fry cook by downloading the game for free on iOS and Android

“The deep co-development experience with Tilting Point and the close partnership with Nickelodeon allowed us to see this awesome ‘SpongeBob’ game come to life and bring a new spin to the franchise we love so much,” says Amit Hardi, chief executive officer, Nukebox Studios. “This is our second title with Tilting Point and really shows how far we have come together as partners and what we can accomplish as a team.”

In “SpongeBob: Krusty Cook-Off,” players will experience cooking gameplay as they interact with popular “SpongeBob” characters Mr. Krabs, Patrick, Squidward, Sandy and many other familiar faces. Fans can visit their favorite landmarks from the series such as the Krusty Krab and Sandy's Treedome, design their own versions of Bikini Bottom restaurants and cook up grub across hundreds of levels.

“SpongeBob: Krusty Cook-Off” marks the second partnership between Nukebox Studios and Tilting Point. The companies previously joined forces to launch the cooking and food truck management game, “Food Truck Chef.” Prior to its launch, “SpongeBob: Krusty Cook-Off” had already garnered more than 15 million fans pre-registering to play the game.

“We couldn’t be more thrilled about launching this unique take on a beloved franchise that is the result of our strong collaboration with Nukebox Studios and Nickelodeon,” says Samir El-Agili, president, Tilting Point. “This is an excellent example of the type of projects we aim to create with our progressive publishing model. After our successful partnership with Nukebox Studios scaling ‘Food Truck Chef,’ we were both able to benefit from co-developing ‘SpongeBob: Krusty Cook-Off’ together from the ground up, and we are very proud of the results.”

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