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Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake dev accused of stealing artwork [Update]

Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake has been accused of copying its map artwork from another artist, Athens, Greece-based Ilias Sounas. The illustrator posted a blog comparing art they completed in 2012 for Karios Games' MonsterUp Adventures to that of SleepNinja's game, which was funded on Kickstarter...

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Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake out now for Android, iOS

SleepNinja's top-down puzzler Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake launches today on iOS and Android via Google Play and Amazon's app store. Since its release date was announced earlier this month, the game's price on mobile devices has increased by one dollar to $4.99. The "environmental puzzle" game,...

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Monsters will eat your birthday cake next week on mobile, PC in July

SleepNinja Games' top-down environmental puzzler Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake will launch next week on iOS and Android via Google Play and Amazon, publisher Cartoon Network confirmed to Joystiq today. The colorful Zelda-inspired game will first arrive on Thursday, June 26 before making its way to...

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WayForward launching new Adventure Time game for consoles and Steam

Developer WayForward takes another crack at Cartoon Network's Adventure Time series with a new game launching later this year for the Nintendo 3DS, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC platforms via Steam. Teased last month, Adventure Time: The Secret of the Nameless Kingdom adds "a classic top-down...

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Cartoon Network publishing Kickstarted Zelda-like Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake

Indie developer SleepNinja will get a little help to bring Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake to Steam and mobile devices later this year, as it agreed to a publishing deal with Cartoon Network Games, the publisher confirmed to Joystiq. The developer earned $26,091 on Kickstarter in February 2013,...

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New Adventure Time game journeys to consoles, handhelds this fall

A new Adventure Time game from Cartoon Network and Little Orbit is scheduled to launch in North America in the fall for consoles and handheld devices. Little Orbit is working on a second game that includes characters from a variety of Cartoon Network franchises, also due out in the fourth quarter...

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Powerpuff Girls: Defenders of Townsville hits Steam with adorable fury March 14

It's been nearly a decade since the final Powerpuff Girls episode aired on Cartoon Network, but the trio of plucky, color-coded heroes will return in Powerpuff Girls: Defenders of Townsville. Details are relatively scant, but developer Radian Games describes Defenders of Townsville as "a...

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Tenkai Knights: Brave Battle coming to 3DS from Namco Bandai

Cartoon Network series and toy line Tenkai Knights will shapeshift this summer into Tenkai Knights: Brave Battle, a 3DS game from Namco Bandai. Nintendo Everything reports that Brave Battle will build its story and four-player versus modes from 2D, action-oriented gameplay. Players won't be stuck...

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Pokemon the Series travels to Kalos in January on Cartoon Network

Pokemon the Series: XY will make its Cartoon Network debut on January 18, 8:30 a.m. ET/PT, following two movies and an animated special which will air earlier in the month. The new series will follow longtime hero Ash Ketchum's travels to the Kalos region, which is where Pokemon X / Y take...

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'Sonic Boom' to debut on Cartoon Network in fall of 2014

A new, computer animated television series staring Sonic the Hedgehog and pals will premiere on Cartoon Network sometime in the fall of next year, Variety reports. In Europe, the show will debut on French children's networks Canal J and Gulli. The show, provisionally called Sonic Boom, is being...

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