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Animation Throwdown: The Quest for Cards brings together American Dad, Bob’s Burgers, Family Guy, Futurama, and King of the Hill
Fox Digital Entertainment and Kongregate have announced they’re partnering up to create Animation Throwdown: The Quest for Cards, a Hearthstone-like collectible card game that’ll mash together characters from American Dad, Bob’s Burgers, Family Guy, Futurama, and King of the Hill.
Animation Throwdown: The Quest for Cards will give fans the unique ability to play as their favorite characters from each series as they set out to create the ultimate show-themed deck and compete against friends and other players in epic battles.
Kongregate is leading the game design and management and is co-developing the title with Chicago-based Synapse Games (developer of Tyrant Unleashed, Global Assault, and Spellstone) and San Francisco-based Chinzilla Games (developer of Little Alchemist). Synapse and Chinzilla have deep experience creating card battle games that appeal to both casual and core gamers. Animation Throwdown draws inspiration by combining the most popular gameplay elements of their titles into a single franchise.
Animation Throwdown: The Quest for Cards will be available this Fall for iOS and Android devices, and it’ll “eventually” be released for “other platforms.”