After Simpsons and Family Guy, Futurama Mobile Game Has Been Announced

Shut up and take my money.


Another Fox property is getting its own mobile game.

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A teaser website spotted by TouchArcade reveals that Fox is developing a Futurama mobile game. The page says the game is "coming soon," but that's all we know about it right now.

Futurama main character Bender is featured prominently on the website, suggesting he will play a major role in the game. No developer is listed on the page.

Other mobile games based on Fox franchises include The Simpsons: Tapped Out from Electronic Arts and TinyCo's Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff. Both are free-to-play games. It's unclear if the Futurama game will also use that business model, but it seems likely.

Tapped Out is one of EA's biggest mobile games, generating more than $100 million in revenue. Meanwhile. Quest for Stuff is also a chart-topper.

It won't be the first Futurama game, as a 3D platformer simply called Futurama was released for Xbox and PlayStation 2 in 2003.

We'll have more details on the Futurama mobile game as they're announced. What would you like to see from the game? Let us know in the comments below.

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