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Monday, July 29, 2013

Nickelodeon USA Launches Mobile Gaming Hub On Nick.com Featuring Mobile-Friendly Games Based On Popular Nick Shows

Kidscreen's children's digital entertainment and media news website iKids is reporting the exciting Nickelodeon USA News in the following article that, with sales of HTML5-compatible phones expected to exceed one billion this year (2013), Nickelodeon has launched a brand new HTML5 mobile gaming hub that will house 15 free games designed to be played on iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod) and Android devices!

The online games, now accessible to Nickheads located in the USA at m.nick.com/games, feature gamed based on popular Nickelodeon brands such as "SpongeBob SquarePants" and "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles". The site will be updated regularly and will be optimized for tablets later this year. Although free, users will need an internet connection to access the mobile-friendly site.

Nickelodeon is now among the few kids networks to develop games in HTML5, which reduces the need for external plugins such as Flash and is accessible in web browsers of devices such as the iPhone 4S.

Nickelodeon UK recently debuted a brand new HTML5 "House of Anubis" game called "Uncovered Secrets" to celebrate and promote Nick UK premiering season 3 of Nick's hit mystery drama aeries, which was compatible with computers, smartphones and tablets!:
Nickelodeon gets into the HTML5 game


With sales of HTML5-compatible phones expected to exceed one billion this year, Nickelodeon has launched a new HTML5 mobile gaming hub that will house 15 free games for iOS and Android devices.

The games, now accessible at m.nick.com/games, feature evergreen brands like SpongeBob SquarePants and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The site will be updated regularly and will be optimized for tablets later this year. Users will need an internet connection to access the mobile-friendly site.

Nickledeon is now among the few kids networks to develop games in HTML5, which reduces the need for external plugins such as Flash and is accessible in web browsers of devices such as the iPhone 4S.

The kidnet has made a significant mobile push this year, having launched its on-demand Nick App for the iPad in February.

Tags: Android, apps, games, HTML5, iOS, Nickelodeon