New and Classic Characters Collide in this Fun Racing Title
GameMill Entertainment has been busy creating a brand new and rather slimy game. they just recently released the first trailer for their exciting new racing game, Nickelodeon Kart Racers. This game will feature both classic and modern Nickelodeon characters as they drive for the finish line in non-stop go-kart action.
The press release has indicated that there will be characters from such classic shows as Rugrats, Hey Arnold, Spongebob Squarepants, and more. The action will also include the Ninja Turtles. There will 24 separate “slime themed” tracks that will be based on the various animated shows from the popular cable network. Though the roster of shows and their characters being represented in the game appears limited, GameMill has hinted that more characters and stages may be unlocked through gameplay.
A Look at Nickelodeon and GameMill
The powerhouse network may be just over 40 years old, but it is still responsible for producing some of the most endearing shows and movies of all time. Nickelodeon has also been responsible for new television networks, radio stations, resorts and theme parks, and even video games. Over the last 25 years, Nickelodeon characters have appeared in over fifty video games spanning across PC, console, and mobile.
This newest title hosting collaborative gameplay with Nicktoon characters marks one of GameMill’s first projects with the company. GameMill is known for making console ports of popular arcade and mobile titles like Deer Hunter and Doodle Jump. Their recent hit game called Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers is a party style romp that features characters from Nickelodeon’s syndicated rival, Cartoon Network. Perhaps GameMill’s work with Nickelodeon Kart Racers is a response to this partnership; one may never know.
Crazy Karts Are Coming
If you are eagerly awaiting the arrival of Nickelodeon Kart Racers, then you don’t have long to wait. The game is slighted for release on PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch on October 23rd of this year. Are you ready for a “splatastic” time?