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Nickelodeon Launches ARG Mode for Sky Whale


Nickelodeon has recently unveiled a new update for their hit mobile game app, Sky Whale, for both the App Store and Google Play versions. The new update comes with augmented reality (AR) enhancements, giving players the chance to superimpose the Sky Whale realm onto their surrounding physical space via a 360 degree immersive experience.

Within Sky Whale’s new ARG mode, the player is able to steer the narwhal with a device while moving through the space, soaring through the sky or swimming underwater in a race to collect items and accumulate points for higher scores.

The Sky Whale app already has an impressive install base, boasting of over 30 million global downloads since launch and with an average of two million active monthly users. It is not surprising if these numbers see a further boost, as ARG games are very popular among mobile users these days.

You can see Sky Whale’s new ARG mode in action below:

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