Futurama, Family Guy, King of the Hill, American Dad and More Coming Together In This New Game
We’ve seen many shows in which there is a cross-over of Fox’s hit shows. However, for the first time, Futurama, Family Guy, King of the Hill, American Dad and More All Together In This New Game. We will the the worlds of Futurama, Family Guy, King of the Hill, American Dad and Bob’s Burgers together in this game. However, the biggest Fox animated show, The Simpsons, is not in this game. By the way, The Simpsons has its own game on mobiles which is called The Simpsons: Tapped Out.
The game will be developed and published by Kongregate on mobile devices. The name is “Throwdown: The Quest for Cards”. As the name suggests, the game will have card-based gameplay, similar to Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft and Gwent. Throwdown: The Quest for Cards is being developed by Kongregate alongside San Francisco-based developers, Chinzilla Games. Throwdown: The Quest for Cards got probably got its name from the Family Guy game called The Quest for Stuff.
The players will have the ability to build card decks which will include characters such as Peter Griffin from Family Guy, Leela from Futurama and Hank Hill from King of the Hill. After their decks are assembled, the players can go head-to-head in a match.
“We are thrilled to bring together these five animated comedies for the first time in Animation Throwdown: The Quest for Cards. We are looking forward to integrating characters from these hit series in a unique and exciting way that fans of all the shows will really love.”
– Co-founder and President of Kongregate, Emily Greer.
Throwdown: The Quest for Cards will be marketed on Kongregate’s website, GameStop’s Website and GameStop’s physical stores. The game will also be marketed by Fox Digital Entertainment. The game is due release in Q3 2016 for iOS and Android devices. No more details about the game were revealed.
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