Miraculous - Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir is getting its first mobile game next month
Created by the leading game developer and publisher TabTale, the new game will be available on iOS and Google Play, followed by Amazon later this year.
Zag America is gearing up for the launch of the first global mobile game based on its hit animated series Zag Heroez Miraculous – Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir.
The Miraculous – Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir free app game is scheduled for release on April 25
this year and lets fans take on the roles of Ladybug and Cat Noir as they run, jump and fly through Paris to catch villains.
The game tours players through famous Parisian landmarks across more than 80 levels, all based on season one of the series.
Closely tied to the game’s release, season two of the series will launch in the US on Friday, March 30
this year on Netflix and on Canada’s Family Channel. Elsewhere around the globe, South Korea’s Tooniverse will launch the new season this April and Disney Channel Latin America will introduce the new season this year.
“TabTale creates rich digital adventures that entertain, challenge and engage and we are confident that our Miraculous fans around the world are going to love taking on the personas of Ladybug and Cat Noir n this new game,” said André Lake Mayer, president, global brand strategy and consumer products, at Zag America.
“Our Miraculous fans made our first season a global hit, and we are already seeing strong ratings for season two and product demand continuing to grow.
“Our success is shared with all of our partners who have contributed to creating a unique super-heroine character and an engaging global brand.”
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