Matt Hatter Chronicles gets new mobile game
British media company Platinum Films has launched a new mobile game based on the hit animated series Matt Hatter Chronicles through their Giant Pixel division. Realm Runner, a free-to-play title for Android and iOS devices, allows fans to play as Matt and take down the Tenoroc’s villainous forces.
Attention Hatter fans! The Multiverse needs YOU! The evil Lord Tenoroc has unleashed the ULTIMATE SPATTER TRAP and it’s out of control. A SPATTER VORTEX is tearing through the Multiverse, consuming Realms one by one. Only YOU can help Matt Hatter escape!
Race down the busy streets of Carnival City, collect the coins and use the power of Tenoroc’s Villains against him. With the upgraded chronicles, Matt can TRANSFORM into anyone trapped in the Villain Vault: choose from the unbreakable Magnifico, the dastardly Redbeard or revolting Toxic Jack.
It’s time to take the fight to Tenoroc!
Produced by Nigel Stone at Platinum Films and Dream Mill, Matt Hatter Chronicles focuses on a normal boy who discovers that he is descended from a long line of heroes, the Hatters, who have been protecting the Multiverse from their theater home the Coronet against the villains freed and sent to the Multiverse by the evil Lord Tenoroc.
Since debuting in 2011, the Matt Hatter Chronicles animated series has proven to be a big hit. Now spanning 52 x 22-minute episodes across four seasons, the show’s landed itself in over 80 territories worldwide, including ITV in the UK, RTE in Ireland, Clan TV in Spain, Canal Panda in Portugal and Spain, RAI in Italy, Cartoon Network in the Middle East, India, Turkey, Africa, Australia and Greece and Cyprus, Gulli and Canal J in France, Teletoon in Canada, SABC in South Africa, Disney XD in the Benelux, Network Ten in Australia and TVNZ 2 in New Zealand. In the United States, Matt Hatter Chronicles airs on Primo TV. The channel debuted the show’s first TV movie, Rise of Primal, on Christmas day
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