Adapting major video game characters to mobile devices is all the rage nowadays. Sega's been doing it for many years with Sonic and even Mario has had quite a few mobile games, so it's no surprise to hear Activision is now extending the reach of its own video game mascot Crash Bandicoot.
You see, Crash fans online have discovered a listing for a Crash Bandicoot mobile spin-off from King - the developer behind the money-making hit Candy Crush. According to the Twitter users JumpButton and Motwera, this title was spotted via ads on Facebook, and you can apparently even sign up to play it.
The game will supposedly take on the form of an endless runner (as you can see above), which sounds almost fitting given the design of the Crash Bandicoot games. It's also worth pointing out that King is owned by Activision-Blizzard.
This news follows comments made by Activision's CEO Robert "Bobby" Kotick last August, when he said there was "a lot of opportunities" to grow existing IPs such as Crash, after the success of the remasters – Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy and Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled.
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