Family Guy

Fox Closes Twitch and YouTube Accounts After Accidentally Releasing Family Guy Mobile Game

TinyCo's Family Guy game for mobile devices official release date isn't until April 10, but some savvy mobile gamers were able to download it a few days early from the New Zealand App Store. According to TouchArcade, this was a legit download, and no one used any tricks or stole the game, however Fox was not happy when gamers started uploading clips of Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff to YouTube and Twitch.

Family Guy: The Search for Stuff

Fox claims that the game was accidentally made available on the App Store due to a "brief technical error" and began asking YouTube and Twitch users to remove their uploaded footage before sending out copyright claims. A few TouchArcade members' accounts were disabled on Twitch, and all videos featuring Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff were removed from YouTube.

New iOS Games, Apps and JB Tweaks of the Week: First Look at Family Guy Mobile Game

It was kind of a slow week for Apple App Store releases, so here is an early look at TinyCo's upcoming Family Guy game for mobile devices. TinyCo did not release any new details since its initial announcement, but the developer did release two screenshots that gives us a good look at what to expect from the game.

Family Guy Video Game

Family Guy for mobile devices is a resource management game which promises to keep the same "nothing's sacred and nothing's safe" policy as the television show. No release date has been announced.

Family Guy Game Coming to iOS and Android

TinyCo, the creators behind Tiny Village and Tiny Monsters, have teamed up with Fox Digital Entertainment and Seth MacFarlane to develop a Family Guy game for mobile devices. The free to play title will be available for both iOS and Android sometime in 2014, and it will feature all the popular characters from the hit TV show.

Family Guy iOS Game

Rick Phillips, senior vice president at Fox Digital Entertainment, told Polygon that the game will feature an original story based the show's long history and that will also tackle "current events."

"TinyCo were really passionate about what they wanted to do with Family Guy," said Philips. We thought the guys from TinyCo could build a game that's truest to the brand and IP."

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