Popular children's show Gigantosaurus lands on mobiles with Gigantosaurus World

By , on April 22, 2022
Last modified 2 months, 1 week ago

In a move guaranteed to make children everywhere cheer, the number one preschool dinosaur show Gigantosaurus has its first mobile game release, Gigantosaurus World. Following the characters of the popular show, Gigantosaurus World has a choice of family-friendly games and even the option to watch the best episodes of the show in the app.

Gigantosaurus World puts players in the world of the show, allowing them to play, watch and discover the cretaceous period alongside the popular characters Tiny, Rocky, Bill and Mazu, all the while taking part in the search for the mysterious Gigantosaurus. There are multiple games to choose from, including puzzles, pairs, rhythm memory games and an endless runner to name a few. These games can be taken part in either solo or with co-op multiplayer modes, which also offer a great opportunity to show off the original dinosaurs that can be created. As well as the games, the app will house episodes from the tv series, so fans will be able to follow the dinosaur adventures wherever they go.

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The CEO of Outright Games, Terry Malham, said of the release; “We’re incredibly excited to continue expanding our offerings on mobile, bringing more and more amazing kids’ franchises to the biggest gaming platform in the world. Gigantosaurus is a beloved series with an incredible visual style and wonderful characters. We’re so happy to offer the chance play in this world again in a whole new way.”

Also commenting was Thierry Vraille, Vice President, Interactive and Video Game Division and Dominique Bourse COO at Cyber Group Studios, adding “Gigantosaurus World is a wonderful application for kids mixing lots of compelling games and video clips. With regular monthly updates, we will continue to build up the experience and provide endless hours of friendly and funny entertainment for the young audience.”

Gigantosaurus World is available to download now on the App Store and Google Play, and whilst the initial download is free some of the content will require a subscription.