Are you ready to go back in the year 3000 with Fry and Futurama gang? The TV cartoon series returns soon as a game for mobile devices. JamCity will soon launch 'Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow'. All writers and cast of the 2013 episodes are joined for the release of the game.

Futurama: soon we will play on mobile devices

Fox, TinyCo, and JamCity declared that new Mobile Game is currently in the development phase. Matt Groening and David Cohen, Futurama ideators, besides all the team of TV cartoon, are working to the production of original content for the game.

JamCity is also working with RDS, original animators of Futurama to guarantee the new game stays true to the original show. But in November 2015, Wooga already presented a Futurama game for Mobile Devices, 'Futurama: Game of Drones'. It is a match-three puzzle game but in this first game, Matt Groening and David Cohen weren't involved. 'Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow', however, will be produced on the basis of 'Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff', an old TinyCo's mobile free game, with an ideal city where the protagonist spends money to create its own version.

Futurama 'Worlds of Tomorrow': the story of Fry will be repeated in the game

Futurama is based on the story of Fry, a pizza boy who is involuntarily frozen.

This happens in the 1999 and Fry wakes up in the year 3000. It was originally a spin-off of The Simpsons, also created by Groening, and it was aired for the first time in 1999 on Fox. After a pause of six years, the show renovated in 2009 with new episodes until 2013 on Comedy Central. All protagonists of the cartoon such as Billy West (Fry), John Di Maggio (Bender) and Katey Segall (Leela), will be engaged in 2017 for the production of the mobile game.

David X. Cohen said that the goal is to recreate in an original way the series written with Groening like the ability to fight all enemies of the characters and make the 'chaotic' deliveries in space. In the meantime, reruns of the cartoon continue to play on Netflix, Comedy Central and in many other TV from all over the world.