Cartoon Network Games’ And South Korean Game Developer SundayToz’s We Bare Bears Match3 Repairs Game Is Now Available Worldwide

Cartoon Network Games' And South Korean Game Developer SundayToz's We Bare Bears Match3 Repairs Game Is Now Available Worldwide

Cartoon Network Games’ And South Korean Game Developer SundayToz’s We Bare Bears Match3 Repairs Game Is Now Available Worldwide

Today (29th May), Cartoon Network Games and South Korea games developer – SundayToz have launched a new game based on Cartoon Network’s We Bare Bears called “We Bare Bears Match3 Repairs”, the new mobile game is now available to download worldwide, the game was soft-launched in South Korea in January this year. The new game is a match-3 puzzle game, where the player helps Grizz, Panda and Ice Bear fix their cave, alongside match-3 style gameplay, there’s also various missions like rescuing seals, finding hidden wildlife, activating drones and much more. In the game, players will be able to collect power-ups such as crabs, skunks and Ice Bear’s vacuum cleaner to score big combos.

Also the Bears’ cave isn’t the only place that needs fixing, there’s also other areas such as the campground and the Food Truck Park that needs to be repaired, players can also decorate each area with special items that are collected during gameplay. In South Korea, the mobile game was ranked number one in the iTunes App Store and Google Play at launch, the game has already reached the three million downloads mark and is still among the top ten puzzle games. The game is free, but offers in-app purchases.

We Bare Bears Match3 Repairs Game Preview

We Bare Bears Creator – Daniel Chong Plays The Korean Version Of We Bare Bears Match3 Repairs

Download Links

Google Play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sundaytoz.astoveeu.wbb

iTunes App Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/we-bare-bears-match3-repairs/id1343552492?mt=8

From The Turner Asia-Pacific Press Release: Cartoon Network and SundayToz release We Bare Bears Match3 Repairs worldwide: Play exciting match-3 puzzles and take on missions to help Grizz, Panda and Ice Bear fix up their home!

Cartoon Network and Korean game developer SundayToz have launched We Bare Bears Match3 Repairs, a new global match-3 puzzle game based on Cartoon Network’s hit animated series We Bare Bears, about three bear brothers trying to get by in the world of humans.

Help Grizz, Panda and Ice Bear fix up their cave with fun and challenging match-3-style gameplay and unique missions like rescuing seals, finding hidden wildlife, activating drones and more. Use power-ups like crabs, skunks and Ice Bear’s Vacuum Pal to rack up huge combos.

Build up the bears’ cave and other areas like the Campground and the Food Truck Park, decorating them with special items and objects you collect throughout the adventure.

Launched in Korea in January 2018 as We Bare Bears: The Puzzle, the mobile game was #1 overall in both Apple App store and Google Play at release, has amassed nearly 3 million downloads, and remains in the top ten for puzzle games.

We Bare Bears Match3 Repairs is free to download with in-app purchases today on iOS devices via the App Store, as well as Android smartphones and tablets through Google Play.

Use this smart link to download to your device: https://smart.link/5aba0451340c7

See a preview of the action here https://youtu.be/R-3R6zke0bk and watch Daniel Chong, creator of We Bare Bears, attempt to play the Korean version of the game here: https://youtu.be/8R2ekloxZcI

About SundayToz

Established in 2009, mobile game developer SundayToz released and serviced Korea’s mega selling game ‘Anipang’ in 2013 upon the introduction of smartphones. Currently, SundayToz is servicing over 10 different mobile games utlilizing self-developed Anipang, mobile games of various external IPs, HTML5 based mobile games, etc. SundayToz is recognized for its world class developing ability in the Korean mobile game market, which is often referred to as one of the top 5 markets in the world.

http://www.turner.com/pressroom/cartoon-network-and-sundaytoz-release-we-bare-bears-match3-repairs-worldwide

New The Powerpuff Girls Mobile Game Ready, Set, Monsters! Has Soft Launched In The Asia-Pacific Region

The Powerpuff Girls Ready, Set, Monsters

New The Powerpuff Girls Mobile Game Ready, Set, Monsters! Has Soft Launched In The Asia-Pacific Region

Cartoon Network Asia-Pacific has soft-launched a brand new Powerpuff Girls mobile game called “Ready, Set, Monsters!”. In the new game, you play as Blossom, Bubbles or Buttercup and fight against waves of oncoming of monsters, each Powerpuff Girl has unique strengths, use their abilities to defeat each horde and save the day! Also you can upgrade the Powerpuff Girls’ abilities to make them faster, stronger and tougher and also collect friendly helper monsters. The game was developed by Crystal Fish Games in association with Tiny Monster Studios.

The brand new game launched last Monday (14th May) and is now available to download on Google Play (Android) and the iTunes App Store (iOS). In the Asia-Pacific region, the game is now available in the following countries: Taiwan, Singapore, Philippines, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Australia, New Zealand, Cambodia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Macau, Thailand, Nepal, Bangladesh and South Korea.

Google Play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.turner.ppgbliss

iTunes App Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ready-set-monsters/id1191886861?mt=8

http://www.pocketgamer.biz/asia/news/68150/cartoon-network-soft-launches-new-powerpuff-girls-game-in-asia/

We Bare Bears Plush Seal Toy Now Available

We Bare Bears Plush Seal Toy Now Available

We Bare Bears Plush Seal Toy Now Available

Cartoon Network Enterprises has released a plush toy based on the seal from the We Bare Bears episode – “Bear Cleanse”, in the episode, Grizz, Panda and Ice Bear switch back to their natural diets to help improve their health. A Polar Bear’s natural diet mostly includes seals, but Ice Bear finds it to be such an emotional struggle to eat one because the seal he needs to eat is too cute.

The seal is also known as “Rupert The Seal”, the second presenter of Cartoon Network USA’s ongoing weekly news series on YouTube – Cartoon Network This Week.

According to the price list, the prices are in THB (Thai Baht, the currency of Thailand), there’s no info of whether the seal plush toy will be sold outside Thailand or the Asia-Pacific region.

A few weeks ago, Daniel Chong made a trip over to South Korea, while in the country, he checked out all of the We Bare Bears merchandise, which includes clothing, stationary, toys, suitcases and even healthcare products. Daniel also visited Cartoon Network South Korea’s headquarters and even made a personal appearance on the television channel.

http://www.cartoonnetworkasia.com

http://www.cartoonnetworkkorea.com