Adventure Time Magic Man’s Head Games Nominated For A Webby Award

Adventure Time Magic Man’s Head Games Nominated For A Webby Award

Adventure Time Magic Man’s Head Games Nominated For A Webby Award

Cartoon Network Games’ Adventure Time: Magic Man’s Head Games has been nominated for a Webby People’s Voice Award in the VR (Virtual Reality): Gaming, Interactive, or Real-time category. The Webby People’s Voice Awards celebrates and promotes the best content on the internet from the past year and is open to the public vote. In Adventure Time: Magic Man’s Head Games, the player takes the role of a character known as “Tiny”, who’s been transformed into a balloon by the Magic Man. The game follows Finn and Jake on their quest to free Tiny from the spell. The VR game is available for HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and OSVR devices.

With the help of Turbo Button, a virtual reality development studio, Cartoon Network and Adventure Time’s creative team created a game using VR technology to demonstrate a new level of storytelling and entertainment.

Voting for the 2017 Webby People’s Voice Awards closes tomorrow (20/04/2017), you can vote for Adventure Time Magic Man’s Head Games via the link below:

Cartoon Network UK Once Upon An Ooo Wins People’s Lovie Award

Cartoon Network UK Once Upon An Ooo Wins People’s Lovie Award

Cartoon Network UK Once Upon An Ooo Wins People’s Lovie Award

Cartoon Network UK’s interactive Adventure Time microsite – “Once Upon An Ooo” has won an People’s Lovie Award in the TV category, beating the “60 Years of The Eurovision Song Contest” website and among others to win the public vote. The interactive site is an “Choose Your Own Adventure” inspired interactive story game that enables the player to explore the different regions of the Land of Ooo as seen in the show, the way the interactive story progresses is based on the player’s decisions. Once Upon An Ooo also won a Bronze Award judged by The Lovie Awards’ Jury – a panel of people ranging from newspaper writers to tech entrepreneurs.

The award winning website was developed as a collaboration between Cartoon Network and creative interactive marketing agency – We Love Digital. The Lovie Awards celebrates and recognises the technical, interactive and aesthetic achievements of the web development industry across Europe. The Lovie Awards are the European equivalent to The Webby Awards in the United States, both awards are organised and presented by IADAS (International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences).

Congratulations to We Love Digital, Cartoon Network and special thanks to the fans that voted!

Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake: Honouree For The Webby Awards Mobile Games Category

Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake

Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake, a mobile/PC/Mac/Linux game developed by SleepNinja Games and published by Cartoon Network Games has been honoured by The Webby Awards in the mobile games category. The premise of the game is about a boy named Niko who found out someone ate his birthday cake and has to solve various puzzles and befriend monsters with special powers on a magical island called Gogapoe in order to get his cake back!.

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As so many of these things do, it all begins on a magical island. In this case, Gogapoe Island, a place populated by both humans and monsters. What starts out as a mission to get back Niko’s birthday cake becomes a quest for the fate of Gogapoe itself. But, ya know, cake is still super important, too!

Oodles of friendly monsters will join Niko’s quest and use their kooky powers to demolish obstacles and humiliate enemies. Hordes of evil monsters will cause mayhem and generally be jerkfaces, but that’s nothing you can’t fix with headbutts, frost breath, stink clouds and rainbow barf.

Even with powerful amigos at your side, you’re gonna need your thinking cap to get past these cerebrum-tingling environmental puzzles. And did we mention the bonus challenges that give you these really swell stars? You like stars, don’t you?

If side quests are your jam, Gogapoe is packed with people—and monsters—in need of roadside assistance. Send a little love their way, and you might discover hidden paths, unlock extra levels or earn unique swag, including special costumes that give Niko nifty powers of his own!

With innovative touch controls so buttery smooth they could grease a cake pan, it’s never been easier to manage a crew of big, hairy behemoths. Just draw a path, and they’ll follow your instructions to a T, even if you swap to another monster to cue up a different action.

The icing on this big ol’ cake is 60 sweet minutes of original music written by composer extraordinaire, Disasterpeace. Save the day and fulfill your monstrous cakelust all at once in MONSTERS ATE MY BIRTHDAY CAKE!

Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake is available on both Google Play (Android) and iOS (iPhone/iPad), prices vary.

PC/Mac/Linux/Steam OS Version available on Steam.