Best iPhone And Android Games Based On Cartoons
It may not be Saturday morning, but you can play like it is.
Kids enjoy cartoons because these shows let them relax with fantasy-based characters, while adults can reminisce about the glorious Saturday mornings they spent with their own magical heroes. So it's no surprise that there are several iOS and Android games based on said cartoons, letting players of all ages enjoy their favorites in a playable digital universe.
There are so many to choose from, but we have a few key choices when it comes to playing the best cartoon-licensed games out there. Dig in, and don't forget the cereal!
The Simpsons: Tapped Out (free)
Ever since its introduction a couple of years ago, The Simpsons: Tapped Out has remained one of the most popular apps with hardcore Simpsons fans and casual players alike. Why? Because it's so approachable. Unlocking new characters and parts of the town of Springfield are part of the fun, and the variety of missions you get to tackle - including seasonal ones provided via free DLC - results in hours of fun. It may cost a little bit since it's a free-to-play title, but for fans of Homer and company, it's worth the "D'oh!"
Frozen Free Fall (free)
Based on the film that made a staggering $1.2 billion worldwide, Frozen Free Fall is the perfect game for fans. This title utilizes familiar match-three gameplay and builds the Frozen universe around it, letting players team up with their favorite characters as they clear each board and move on. With its delightful presentation and easy-to-learn, hard-to-master gameplay, Frozen Free Fall won't leave you cold.
He-Man: The Most Powerful Game in the Universe ($2.99)
"I have the power!" 80s kids will no doubt remember He-Man, as he battled Skeletor on a daily basis, defending the universe with the help of Teela, Man-At-Arms and other friends. Chillingo has done a fantastic job recreating this cartoon legend with The Most Powerful Game In the Universe, a side-scrolling adventure with some role-playing elements thrown in for good measure. On top of rediscovering the great characters from the show, players can also unlock classic comic book covers and concept art - just the thing to fulfill their He-Man fix.
Where's My Perry? ($2.99)
Fans of the Where's My Water? games - as well as the animated Phineas and Ferb - will definitely enjoy the adventures of Agent P in this spin-off. Once again, you're directing water to Perry's secret agent character, while avoiding obstacles sent your way by the vile Doctor Doofenshmirtz. It's not easy, but someone's got to clean up. With delightful visuals and entertaining gameplay, this game is a must-download for casual players and devotees of the animated universe alike. Just watch out for the Crazy-inators!
Regular Show: Best Park In the Universe ($2.99)
Last but definitely not least, we have the awesomeness of Regular Show, combined with the classic Final Fight formula. In Best Park of the Universe, you'll direct Rigby, Mordecai and several other characters through various scenarios, beating up all sorts of baddies while powering up and unlocking some sweet new moves. In addition, the animation style perfectly fits the tone of the show. It almost makes you want to go "Ooooooooooo!" as you brawl. Because, you know, it's awesome.