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Cartoon Network Launching First ‘Teen Titans Go!’

CN partners with Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment on ‘Teeny Titans’ mobile game developed by Grumpyface Studios and available this summer.

Cartoon Network has announced that this summer Teen Titans Go!, Cartoon Network’s hit television series from Warner Bros. Animation, will be delivered into the hands of fans with the new mobile game, Teeny Titans. The app is licensed by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and expands the series’ digital ecosystem and offers a new way for fans to immerse themselves in the world of their favorite teenage Super Heroes. Teeny Titans features original voice performances from the Teen Titans Go! cast and also stars actor and social media superstar George Takei, voicing a new character specifically created for this mobile title.

In Teeny Titans, Robin is obsessed with a new figure collecting and battling game: Teeny Titans. In order to become the best Teeny Titans champion in Jump City, Robin must collect and upgrade Teeny Titans action figures to win tournaments and matches against other characters from the Teen Titans Go! universe. The goal is to win all the battles and dethrone the mysterious, hooded reigning champion.

Now in its third season, Teen Titans Go! remains a top ratings performer on Cartoon Network. In Q1’16, Teen Titans Go! ranked #1 in its Thursday 6:00-6:30 p.m. timeslot among Boys 6-11 & Kids/Boys 9-14.  Across that same period, Teen Titans Go! ranked as television's #1 premiere program among Boys 6-11.  In addition, the Presidents Day premiere of Teen Titans Go! ranked among Feb’16’s Top 10 telecasts across all TV with Kids/Boys 6-11.

Teeny Titans is developed by Grumpyface Studios, the team behind the critically-acclaimed Steven Universe RPG Attack the Light as well as The Powerpuff Girls puzzle brawler Flipped Out, which Apple recently selected as Editor’s Choice in the App Store.

Source: Cartoon Network

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Formerly Editor-in-Chief of Animation World Network, Jennifer Wolfe has worked in the Media & Entertainment industry as a writer and PR professional since 2003.

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