Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow Mobile Game Launches Today with Two Hilarious Trailers

Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow is a mobile title now available for free on the App Store and Google Play. Check out the game's double line-up of launch trailers.

on June 30, 2017 12:46 AM

Today, Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow released on the App Store and Google Play. To accompany that launch, developer TinyCo released not one, but two new trailers for the game, creating some scenes that really make us miss the television show.

In the first teaser-length trailer, the Futurama cast is anticipating the arrival of “something.” That something appears to be a smartphone with Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow downloaded onto it. According to Professor Farnsworth, “it may well be the next step in the evolution of mankind!”

In the second trailer, we learn that Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow‘s story will center around the fabric of reality crumbling as a result of Hypnotoad love. In it, we see the bulk of the cast sucked into tears in spacetime. As Fry and Leela are separated (despite their love being stronger than gravity), Nibbler comes to the rescue and scoops up our orange-haired time-traveling hero.

Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow focuses on two main settings for its gameplay. You can play in New New York where you will take part in quest completion, equipment collection, crafting, and character leveling. After assembling a crew of your favorite characters, you will get the opportunity to engage in 16-bit combat, make choices to determine the fate of civilizations, and of course explore the quirky universe that the Futurama series is known and loved for.

Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow has been animated by the original animation team of Matt Groening, David X. Cohen, and Rough Draft Studios. The game is currently available for mobile devices and is free to play. You can view both of the game’s trailers below.

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