With Adventure Time winding down, Frederator Studios is gearing up for a new project that will undoubtedly excite fans of classic gaming.
During and appearance on the Nickelodeon Animation podcast, Fred Seibert of Frederator noted that his team is working on an “unnamed” project “based on one of the most world-famous video games of the last 30 years.” “[W]e’ve had in our shop for 12 years without being able to get it started,” he said. “But there were great characters and a great story, and eventually we got it going.”
While he doesn’t mention Castlevania specifically, there is evidence to suggest that this is the project in question. [click to continue…]
We’ve seen several functional Adventure Time BMO builds over the years, but this version by Imgur user NinjaBunny9000 is probably the most elaborate. She’s been taking it pretty much everywhere she goes for the last year or so, but she finally got around to posting pics and info about the build and their travels. See a little of what this BMO can do below. [click to continue…]
Cartoon Network has announced that Adventure Time will end it’s run in 2018. BUT WAIT! Before you despair know this: Cartoon Network has promised that specials, miniseries, the ninth and final season and more will air in the interim, so there’s still plenty of content left to enjoy. Save the sadness for future you. Present you can ignore this problem for two whole years.
Creator Pendelton Ward notes:
“Adventure Time was a passion project for the people on the crew who poured their heart into the art and stories. We tried to put into every episode something genuine and telling from our lives, and make a show that was personal to us, and that had jokes too! I’m really happy that it connected with an audience for so long. It’s a special thing, I think.”
WAS? IS. Is for two whole years. Yes, denial will get me through this nicely.
Back in March we revealed that LEGO was going to make its first Adventure Time set. Well, here’s your first look a the finished product.
The 495-piece set will feature eight characters and will be available starting January 1st for $49.99. LEGO fans can also check out the set at the upcoming San Diego Comic Con, where it’ll be on display. With any luck there will be more elaborate sets in the future featuring locations from the show.
Check out the full press release below. [click to continue…]
If Finn went on an adventure in Castle Greyskull, he’d probably end up looking like designer James Freckingham’s “He-Finn The Human.”
Freckingham of Robotic Industries partnered up with Fugi.me to create this He-Man/Adventure Time mash-up figure. He also combined Jake the Dog with Battle Cat—a shape he should totally take on in a future episode.
Check out more pics below.
Adventure Time creator Pendleton Ward wonders about the affects of Oculus Rift outside of gaming. So he took to Twitter under a new persona `+! VR INFORMER ¡+` uploading sketches of hilarious virtual reality possibilities.
Step into the true curiosities of virtual reality as realized by Ward, after the break.