D3Publisher is working on video games based on Cartoon Network's Regular Show through a new publishing agreement, the companies announced, with the first launching later this year.
The show's creator, James Garland "J. G." Quintel, tweeted his excitement that the first video game is scheduled for release this year.
"Duuudes. A for real Regular Show video game is coming out this year! Like, for real for real. And It's gonna be awesome," Quintel tweeted.
"As a brand, Regular Show is tailor-made for an interactive release, with main characters who spend their time slacking off, playing video games or involved in hijinks that are certainly worthy of being in a game," said Pete Yoder, vice president of consumer products, North America for CNE. "With a show creator who loves games working closely with a partner that has proven success creating high-quality licensed titles, we're excited to release our first Regular Show game later this year."
D3 published the WayForward Technologies-developed Adventure Time: Hey Ice King! Why'd You Steal our Garbage?! for the Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo 3DS in November, 2012.
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