L.O.L. Surprise! Movie Maker app available now

Published on: 16th October 2020

The new game puts fans as the star of their very own L.O.L. Surprise! movie, story and video.

MGA Entertainment (MGAE) and Outright Games, publisher of family-friendly interactive entertainment, have announced the release of a new mobile game: L.O.L. Surprise! Movie Maker – now available globally to download for free on iOS and Android.

Developed by Graphite Lab, the new game puts fans as the star of their very own L.O.L. Surprise! movie, story and video. The game also features fan-favourite dolls from L.O.L.  Surprise!, as well as many fashionable props, backgrounds and music tracks to unlock. Fans can press record to capture their voice, control the characters’ movements in a scene and bring their L.O.L. Surprise! movie to life.

Additional L.O.L Surprise! Movie Maker app key features include: collecting favourite L.O.L. Surprise! dolls, such as Diva and Queen Bee; taking selfies with three dolls for each scene; unique backgrounds; props like speakers and a vanity station; and 10 music tracks.

“With the release of this game we are proud to have reached another milestone for our company,” said Terry Malham, CEO of Outright Games. “This is our first mobile game, an ever-expanding sector of the video games market, and we are excited to expand our platform base and reach a whole new audience.”

L.O.L Surprise! Movie Maker is available now to download for free on iOS here and Android here.

Watch the brand-new launch trailer below:


Friday Blog

Money’s too tight to mention … it’s the Friday Blog!

TV coverage continues to showcase toys in run-up to Christmas

Panini Premier League Official Sticker Collection 2024 hits retail

Lois Stewart joins the Plus-Plus team

Xplore Distribution welcomes Kevin Griffiths

Lego Fortnite is now live

Toikido and Moonbug reveal new pre-school IP, PeaKeeBoo

Exclusive: Nuremberg Toy Fair all set for 2024

Funrise appoints James Xuereb as European account manager for e-Commerce

Board Game Club’s festive special draws biggest crowd of the year