Cartoon Network Asia-Pacific And South Korean Game Developer SundayToz Partner Up Again For Another Mobile Game
Following the successful international rollout of the We Bare Bears Match3 Repairs mobile game, Turner Asia-Pacific and South Korean mobile game developer – SundayToz have decided to team up once again to develop a brand new Cartoon Network mobile game for the Asia-Pacific region.
As part of the new agreement, SundayToz will provide game development services for the new game, while Cartoon Network will be offering four of their most popular IPs which will include – The Powerpuff Girls, Adventure Time, The Amazing World of Gumball and We Bare Bears. Each of the four IPs were specifically chosen for the game because of their wide and diverse audience, which will help maximize the appeal of the new game to potential players. The new world-building game is set to launch in the Asia-Pacific region in the first quarter of 2020.
SundayToz’s and Cartoon Network Asia-Pacific’s We Bare Bears Match3 Repairs mobile game has had 6.5 million app downloads to date and has high engagement and high player retention rates.
From The Turner Asia-Pacific Press Release: Turner Partners With SundayToz To Launch 2nd Cartoon Network Game: Sequel announced after global success of ‘We Bare Bears’ puzzle app
Korean game developer SundayToz has once again partnered with media group Turner to launch a new Cartoon Network game for Asia Pacific.
The announcement follows the 2018 global rollout of the We Bare Bears Match3 Repairs puzzle game, which has had 6.5 million app downloads to date, as well as envious engagement stats and retention rates.
The new agreement includes game development and servicing by SundayToz, and features four popular Cartoon Network IP. The follow-up game is expected to launch around the APAC region in the first quarter of 2020.
Kim Jung-Sub, CEO of SundayToz, said, “The second collaboration between our two companies, following the popular mobile game We Bare Bears Match3 Repairs, will foster the growth of casual game genre in Korea to make it an even larger one. We are looking forward to launching the best service for gamers and cartoon fans.”
Characters from Cartoon Network’s The Powerpuff Girls, Adventure Time, The Amazing World of Gumball and We Bare Bears – IPs with a wide and diverse audience – will all make an appearance in the world-building game.
Phil Nelson, Turner’s Managing Director of North Asia, added: “Our two companies have already demonstrated great synergy by combining world-class game development and hugely popular IP. We are confident we will launch another popular mobile game, and further build on our relationship and experience.”
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 nearly 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.