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Outright Games announced this week that new games are in development based on Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time and Ben 10 franchises. No systems were mentioned, but we followed up and can now confirm that both will be available on a Nintendo platform.

Outright is keeping quiet on specific platforms. That being said, Switch does seem like a safe bet. We were told: “It is confirmed for Nintendo, we can’t just tell you at this point which platform but I am sure you can imagine which one that would be” – and with a wink emoji.

As for the upcoming titles, thus far we only have the following information:

“Focusing on creating high-quality license-based video games for the family entertainment market, Outright Games’ new titles will take characters from Cartoon Network’s popular original series Adventure Time and Ben 10 to create new experiences for fans and gamers alike. Adventure Time will feature the Land of Ooo submerged into watery chaos, where exploration, battle and even interrogation will be key skills to unplugging the mystery. Based on a brand new TV series of the beloved franchise, Ben 10 will introduce a fresh adventure in the incredible universe where some of Ben’s most infamous enemies await. Players must discover and unlock 10 alien transformations to aid Ben in saving the galaxy.”

The new Ben 10 game is slated for Q4 2017. Adventure Time is planned for early 2018.

Source: Outright Games PR

Little Orbit confirmed today that a new Adventure Time video game is in development. The “soon-to-be announced” project is coming to various systems, which we assume will at least include 3DS.

In conjunction with today’s news, Little Orbit is kicking off a “Design an Adventure Time Character Contest”. The winning entry will be included in the company’s upcoming game.

Below are the full details:

WHAT: Design a new Adventure Time character for the next soon-to-be announced Adventure Time video game published by Little Orbit.

WHEN: January 27, 2015 – February 17, 2015

GRAND PRIZE: The winning design will appear in the next Adventure Time video game!

HOW: Email your design in a .jpg file no larger than 5MB to [email protected] and include name, birth date (must be 13 years or older to win), address, phone number, email address and a two sentence character description. You must be a legal resident of the United States to be eligible. The winning character and artist will be announced on the Little Orbit Facebook page in early March.

More information about the contest can be found on the official page here.

Little Orbit and Cartoon Network Enterprises have announced the expansion of its partnership that will bring various properties to consoles and handhelds later in 2014.

Two brand new titles are on the way. The first one is “a multi-property game that will combine characters from Cartoon Network’s popular original series”, while the other is a new Adventure Time-based project. Both will be available in Q4 2014 in North America, though they will also be distributed worldwide.

More details about the new Cartoon Network and Adventure Time games will be revealed “soon”.

Also worth mentioning, Little Orbit’s Falling Skies Planetary Warfare mobile game will be released on consoles later this year.

Source: Little Orbit PR

D3Publisher has shared the first image of the Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON’T KNOW! Collector’s Edition. You can find it above.

The collector’s edition comes with a copy of the game, special package design in a SteelBook case, bonus DVD, and exclusive guide. It’s only $10 more than the standard release.

If interested, you can purchase a copy here.

Source: D3Publisher PR

WayForward and D3Publisher have confirmed downloadable content for Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON’T KNOW!, which launches next month. Players will be able to purchase extra characters following launch. Specific ones have yet to be named.

The confirmation, which comes from Nintendo Life, also confirms the ability to access maps, weapons, and items on the GamePad or 3DS touch screen.

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