Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow released on Android and iOS

The folks over at TinyCo had been teasing their next Futurama game for a few weeks now. Well, today is the day that all the teasing ends, as Worlds of Tomorrow, the new Futurama mobile title makes its debut on Android and iOS devices.

Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow is a pretty complex game that pushes players into better managing resources and building their very own town of New New York. You'll be questing, battling in 16-bit combat, as well as embark on funny space adventures and unlock iconic Futurama characters.

The developers of the game managed to tap Futurama's writer, David X. Cohen and The Simpsons creator, Matt Groening for hilarious dialogue that you'll read while playing the Worlds of Tomorrow.

Worlds of Tomorrow features an all new story and allows players to take control of favorite characters like Fry, Leela or Bender. Also, while building your town, you will battle against alien species as you explore unfamiliar galaxies and try to save the universe.

As you'd expect, Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow is free to download and play, but some game items can also be purchased for real money. So, if you don't want to use the in-app purchase feature, you can disable it from the settings or setup a password protection for it.


1 Comment

1. tokuzumi

Posts: 1925; Member since: Aug 27, 2009

Downloaded this yesterday. So far it's ok. Kind of a mix between those Mafia/Walking Dead games, where one side attacks, and then the other side attacks, and Family Guy: Quest for Stuff, where you have to complete quests to unlock things. I'm sure it will stick to the story line for a few months, and then start monthly quests, which do nothing to advance the game, but serve to pad TinyCo's pockets. Devs gotta eat, I guess.

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