Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow has finally touched down as a soft launch for Android. Join Fry and his lovable band of interstellar misfits on a quest to rebuild New New York, traveling the stars, fighting aliens, and delivering packages while doing so. As with any city building and quest game, progressing through the game equals leveling up, which in turn unlocks new buildings and outfits to further beautify your characters and the city they live in.
And the best part of all, Futurama's creator Matt Groening, and David X. Cohen, the executive producer, were personally involved with the game's development. Their participation is sure to please the legions of loyal fans of this cult classic, and ensure the game retains the unique brand of humor that has made Futurama such an endearing success.
Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow is only currently available in the Google Play Store for Ireland, Norway, and New Zealand, and its worldwide release date currently unknown. But if you'd love to get you hands on the game to try out before anyone else, read on to find out how to download it regardless of where you're located.
Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow requires Android 4.4 or higher, but installing the game is easy. Just make sure "Unknown sources" is enabled, then head to the link below to download the APK installer file. From there, tap the Download complete notification, then press "Install" when prompted and you'll be all set to try it out.
As a soft launch, Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow is still in development, so take that into consideration when you're playing it, as there's a chance you may experience a few bugs. We tested the game on a Samsung Galaxy S8 running Nougat, and on a Lenovo Zuk Z2 Pro on Marshmallow, and found that it worked smoothly with no detectable issues. How is the game running on your device? Let us know in the comment section below.
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