Teeny Titans Mobile Game To Be Released On 23rd June

Teeny Titans Mobile Game To Be Released On 23rd June

Teeny Titans Mobile Game To Be Released On 23rd June

Today (20/06/2016), Cartoon Network UK have confirmed that the Teeny Titans mobile game will be released on Thursday 23rd June for iOS (Apple iTunes App Store), Android (Google Play and Amazon App Store) and for Amazon Fire devices (Amazon App Store). In the game, you take the role of Robin, the leader of Teen Titans who happens to be obsessed with the figure collecting and RPG battling game called Teeny Titans, the objective of the game is to become the Jump City Teeny Titans champion. In order to become champion, you will have to expand your figure collection (based on the Teen Titans and various DC Comics characters), battle against various characters and take part in tournaments.

The game features original voice performances from the Teen Titans Go! cast and Star Trek actor and social media superstar George Takei will be guest starring as an exclusive character.


From The Turner UK Press Release: Teen Titans Go! Shrink Down To Handheld Size For All-new Teeny Titans App

This summer Teen Titans Go!, Cartoon Network’s hit television series from Warner Bros. Animation, will jump into the hands of fans with the new mobile game, Teeny Titans. The app features original voice performances from the Teen Titans Go! cast and also stars Star Trek legend, actor and social media superstar George Takei, voicing a new character specifically created for Teeny Titans. The brand new app is available to download from 23rd June on iTunes, Google Play and Amazon.

In Teeny Titans, Robin is obsessed with a new figure collecting and battling game: Teeny Titans. In order to become the best Teeny Titans champion in Jump City, Robin must collect and upgrade Teeny Titans action figures to win tournaments and matches against other characters from the Teen Titans Go! universe. The goal is to win all the battles and dethrone the mysterious, hooded reigning champion.

Teeny Titans is developed by Grumpyface Studios, the team behind the critically-acclaimed Steven Universe RPG Attack the Light as well as The Powerpuff Girls puzzle brawler Flipped Out, which Apple previously selected as an Editor’s Choice in the App Store.

Teeny Titans is available to download from 23rd June on iTunes, Google Play and Amazon. Catch Teen Titans Go! weekdays at 3.00pm on Cartoon Network UK.


Teeny Titans Game Demo At E3 Today

Teeny Titans Game Demo At E3 Today

Teeny Titans Game Demo At E3 Today

Cartoon Network Games and Grumpyface Studios showcased a public demonstration at E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) in Los Angeles today (16/06/2016) of their new mobile game based on Cartoon Network’s Teen Titans Go!, called Teeny Titans. The game features an open world environment of Jump City and an RPG battling and tournament system.

The game also has missions (and side-missions) to complete and collecting and upgrading superhero figurines is a key part of the game. For DC Comics fans, there’s plenty of references to other superheroes such as Superman and The Flash to keep you amused and entertained. The public demo was also streamed on the Twitch game streaming website.

TouchArcade, the iPhone game review website, uploaded a demonstration of the new mobile game onto YouTube yesterday:

Teeny Titans will be available sometime this summer and will be available for download on iOS and Android devices.


Turner Upfront 2016 Cartoon Network And Boomerang

Turner Upfront 2016 Cartoon Network And Boomerang

Turner Upfront 2016 Cartoon Network And Boomerang

Today (18/05/2016) the 2016 Turner Upfront event was held in New York City. At the event, Turner revealed its plans for their television channels for the next 12 months, including Cartoon Network and Boomerang.

The event didn’t really reveal much in terms of extra plans for Cartoon Network and Boomerang but rather reaffirmed what Turner has publically confirmed as of late, such as the new Peanuts animated shorts now airing on Boomerang USA and the renewal of animated shows on Cartoon Network. According to the upfront, Cartoon Network USA will air a new Adventure Time and a new Regular Show special this Autumn.

However, there was one special animated moment during the Cartoon Network segment of the upfront. The animated moment featured a debate with the Powerpuff Girls and with CNN news anchor Jake Tapper voice acting a parodied version of himself named “Drake Dapper”.

From The Turner USA Upfront Press Release

Cartoon Network

Continuing its 2015 momentum as basic cable’s #1 network with kids 6-11, Cartoon Network started off 2016 with cultural buzz around the highly anticipated global launch of The Powerpuff Girls, which became a #1 Facebook and Twitter trending topic when over 15 million fans participated in the #PowerpuffYourself avatar. Since its launch, The Powerpuff Girls has remained #1 in its timeslot. The return of hit series Teen Titans Go!, We Bare Bears, Steven Universe and The Amazing World of Gumball contributed to Cartoon Network becoming the #1 cable network in VOD for 23 consecutive months.

Cartoon Network’s innovative approach to content development through convergence of creativity and technology came to life at its first-ever Game Jam for the new game OK KO! Lakewood Plaza, with over 200 independent game developers coming together in Portland, Oregon. Further, underscoring a strong commitment to engage children in creative coding, Cartoon Network’s STEM platform involves newly announced collaborations with Scratch, a project of the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab; and the White House’s Computer Science for All initiative to empower young people to generate skills in the digital world, featured Cartoon Network characters from shows including Powerpuff Girls and We Bare Bears.

Looking forward, multiple high profile digital launches include the first mobile game from the network’s top-rated series Teen Titans Go!: Teeny Titans, with other games around fan favorite properties to be announced later in the summer. In addition, exciting new specials will air later this fall from the hit series Adventure Time and Regular Show.


Following a successful global launch in 2015, where Boomerang aligned across 13 international feeds, the 24-hour animation network for kids and families grew year-over-year by +30% among kids 2-11 and +25% among kids 6-11. The network’s first-ever original hits include Wabbit and What’s New Scooby-Doo, along with timeless cartoons from the Warner Bros., Hanna-Barbera, MGM and Cartoon Network libraries.

In 2016, Boomerang will keep its tradition of showcasing classic animation for fans of all generations with the launch of new exclusive acquisitions and original productions. The network recently announced the new series Peanuts, where the print comic strips come to life using watercolor art style, textured backgrounds and framing in vignettes filled with humor and heart.