'Futurama' will probably be resurrected as a cellular recreation
If the TV present that you simply love will get axed earlier than you are able to let it go, then there are a few issues you possibly can hope for. As an example, a streaming service might step in to fund a brand new season of the present, or individuals can flip to Kickstarter and do it themselves. However it seems that there is one other route in the direction of salvation within the type of a cellular recreation, which is how Futurama goes to make its auspicious return. twentieth Century Fox has signed a cope with German recreation developer Wooga to create Futurama: Launch the Drones. The story will see the Planet Categorical crew tackle MomCo in a supply conflict, with gamers requested to attach teams of drones to unravel puzzles.
Fortunately, Wooga noticed match to name upon some heavyweight names to assist create the sport behind the scenes. For starters, it’s going to be designed by Dave Grossman, who wrote The Secret of Monkey Island, Sam & Max in addition to Telltale Video games’ Tales of Monkey Island. He’ll staff up with former Futurama producer Patric Verrone, who was co-government producer within the present’s later years and wrote episodes like The Drawback with Popplers and That is Lobstertainment!. There isn’t any phrase on when the title shall be launched, though we think about that the turnaround time will not be notably lengthy.
It is also not the primary identify-model leisure to get a second life as a cellular recreation in current reminiscence. No one might have been asking for a sequel to Imply Women, however that was resurrected earlier this month by Episode Interactive. To not point out that there is nonetheless the Firefly revival (that’ll additionally play on cellular units) coming sooner or later within the close to future. Let’s begin taking bets on the subsequent lengthy-misplaced collection to get reinvented as a cellular recreation: we will go for Deadwood, as a result of who does not need to see the fantastic return of Al Swearengen’s one-eyed invective?