Nickelodeon announces partnership with MumboJumbo

NickelodeonFor the casual gaming kiddies, we have news. Nickelodeon is announcing their partnership with game developer MumboJumbo to publish games later in the year. MumboJumbo, famous for casual games like Luxor, will be releasing three titles: CharlotteÂ’s Web, Neopets, and Avatar: The Last Airbender.

The first game, CharlotteÂ’s Web: Word Rescue, is a word puzzle game that’s currently downloadable at the MumboJumbo main site. It is not to be confused with the CharlotteÂ’s Web title for the DS. Avatar (not to be confused with the earlier PS2 title)  and Neopets-based casual games are still in development, and are expected to launch within the year.

“We are excited to enter into a partnership with a company like MumboJumbo, one of the most trusted and well-respected publishers of family-friendly, casual games and online PC titles, and to continue to enhance Nickelodeon and MTVN Kids and Family Group’s casual gaming offerings,” said Paul Jelinek, Vice President of Digital Media Products for Nickelodeon. “We’re excited to add branded content on some of our top properties to our audience’s casual gaming experience.”

NickelodeonFor the casual gaming kiddies, we have news. Nickelodeon is announcing their partnership with game developer MumboJumbo to publish games later in the year. MumboJumbo, famous for casual games like Luxor, will be releasing three titles: CharlotteÂ’s Web, Neopets, and Avatar: The Last Airbender.

The first game, CharlotteÂ’s Web: Word Rescue, is a word puzzle game that’s currently downloadable at the MumboJumbo main site. It is not to be confused with the CharlotteÂ’s Web title for the DS. Avatar (not to be confused with the earlier PS2 title)  and Neopets-based casual games are still in development, and are expected to launch within the year.

“We are excited to enter into a partnership with a company like MumboJumbo, one of the most trusted and well-respected publishers of family-friendly, casual games and online PC titles, and to continue to enhance Nickelodeon and MTVN Kids and Family Group’s casual gaming offerings,” said Paul Jelinek, Vice President of Digital Media Products for Nickelodeon. “We’re excited to add branded content on some of our top properties to our audience’s casual gaming experience.”

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