Horrid Henry’s Krazy Karts launches on Nintendo Switch this week – ToyNews

Novel Entertainment has partnered with P2 Games to develop and launch a new racing game for its internationally acclaimed Horrid Henry brand.

Targeting children ages 6 and up and families, “Horrid Henry’s Krazy Karts” will initially be available exclusively on Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch worldwide from Friday 21 January.

Based on Novel Entertainment’s hit TV series Dreadful Henrythe all-new game will give players the chance to race as Horrid Henry or race as Rude Ralph, Moody Margaret, Perfect Peter, Brainy Brian or Singing Soraya, earning cups and upgrades to become the ultimate ‘Horrible Hero.’

The game features 40 challenging levels spread across four themed locations: Gross World, Ashton Town, Ashton Primary, and the Park. During races, players control their racing karts to cross jumps and dodge obstacles, farts, mud and mud. Fans can also customize their kart in the “Wacky Workshop” for an added advantage and earn perfect power-up tokens.

‘Horrid Henry’s Krazy Karts’ will be available to play in single and multiplayer modes, as well as offering both a Tournament and Race Mode option. The game also features a level design editor, giving users the ability to create and share their own horrifically tricky challenges.

Lucinda Whiteley, Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer at Novel Entertainment, said: “Horrid Henry’s vast international fan base continues to be very demanding when it comes to engaging ways to experience the brand across a multitude of formats. and platforms. As such, it’s fantastic to team up with P2 Games again and bring fans a new action-packed racing game that incorporates all the Horrid Henry elements they know and love.

Gerry Whiteside, co-director of P2, added: “We are absolutely thrilled to be working with Novel Entertainment again to bring the hugely successful Horrid Henrybrand to Nintendo Switch. This is the first game that P2, in conjunction with Mobile Pie, has developed for this device and we believe there is a huge void in the market for high quality children’s game content.

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