Cartoon Network Partners With SundayToz For New We Bare Bears Puzzle Game
Cartoon Network Games has teamed up with South Korean game developer SundayToz for a new We Bare Bears themed puzzle game for mobile devices, the new game is expected to be released globally in early 2018. The new game will be a “match-3” puzzle and city-builder game as well as storytelling and animation from the show. Players can play with their friends and compete against each other for the highest score on the leaderboards.
SundayToz is well known for its range of “Anipang” series of mobile games in South Korea, the Anipang series of games feature various cute characters and games include match-3 puzzles, mahjong and poker. In total and as of January 2017, SundayToz’s apps have been downloaded more than 82 million times.
We Bare Bears fans in the UK can watch brand new episodes of We Bare Bears on weekdays at 4.30pm on Cartoon Network.
Cartoon Network Partners With SundayToz To Launch Global We Bare Bears Game: From The Turner Asia-Pacific/UK Press Release
Cartoon Network has partnered with Korean game developer SundayToz for a mobile puzzle game around the network’s hit animated series, We Bare Bears. A global launch is expected early 2018.
The free match 3-style and city-builder game will feature storytelling and video from the series, as well as competitive features such as leader-boards where friends can challenge one another.
“It’s exciting to partner with SundayToz on a new global mobile game for We Bare Bears,” said Chris Waldron, Vice President of Cartoon Network Digital Products and Games. “They connect with the fun, light-hearted tone of the series; and we know they’ll deliver a game our fans won’t want to put down.”
Phil Nelson, Turner’s Managing Director for North Asia and Southeast Asia Pacific, added: “We are extremely pleased to be working with a world-class game developer like SundayToz. Developing this product here in Asia for an international market is a great example of global collaboration.”
SundayToz is well known for its other puzzle games, particularly the “Anipang” series which was launched in 2013. As of January 2017, the company’s products have been downloaded more than 82 million times.
Co-Founder and CEO Kevin Jungwoong Lee said, “SundayToz has been pursuing the creation of a new gaming culture through the development of games like these. This much-anticipated release combines SundayToz and Cartoon Network’s collaborative efforts, and together we will launch an exceptional product.”
Fans in the UK can catch all-new episodes of We Bare Bears weekdays at 4:30pm on Cartoon Network.
Established in 2009, mobile game developer SundayToz released and serviced Korea’s mega selling game ‘Anipang’ in 2013 upon the introduction of smart phones. Currently, it is servicing nearly 10 games that are utilizing the ‘Anipang’ IP. SundayToz is recognized for its world class casual mobile game developing ability in the Korean mobile game market, which is often referred to as one of the top 5 markets in the world.