Check out the new release date trailer for the upcoming video game return of Futurama. Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow lands June 29th on both the iOS App Store and the Google Play Store.
Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow is launching June 29 on the App Store and Google Play!
See the latest ALL NEW original Futurama animation, featuring some world famous science and science-fiction celebrities!
More original Futurama animation is coming too, so stay tuned.
Pre-Register at www.youwillplayfuturama.com to receive a special in-game gift when you start playing.
Android players: Pre-Register directly on Google Play here (you’ll receive the same gift!): https://play.google.com/store/apps/de…
Neil DeGrasse Tyson, Bill Nye, Stephen Hawking, and George Takei are all going to be playable characters with their own unique storylines!
Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow was created in partnership with Futurama creator and executive producer Matt Groening, along with Executive Producer David X. Cohen, original Futurama writers, and Rough Draft Studios. This isn’t your typical mobile game. You can expect the flagship whit and sharp humor that Futurama was known for, and Worlds of Tomorrow will feature the first original Futurama animation since the conclusion of the show.
Worlds of Tomorrow, which will be free to play, blends simulation, combat, galactic exploration, and choose-your-own-adventure gameplay together to bring the escapades of the Planet Express crew to life.If you’d like to stay on top of things and download this the moment it becomes available, you’ll want to go ahead and pre-register. To pre-register for the Android version, click here. Alternatively, you can sign up on the official site here to be notified as soon as it goes live.
Matt Groening said:
“I’m proud to say that Futurama lives! In mobile-video-game teaser trailer form, anyway ….. If you squint, it’s kind of like a little episode!”
David X. Cohen said:
“Working on this new Futurama animation has been a thrilling adventure …… I finally understand how Neil Armstrong must have felt when he first landed on the lunar surface, watched some funny cartoons on the control screen, and did whatever else was on his schedule that day.”