Nickelodeon UK releases new online multiplayer game

Published on: 4th July 2018

Living Loud: Summer School, based on the Nicktoons series The Loud House, has now launched.

The new game is the sequel to Living Loud: Lincoln’s List, which launched last summer and has continued to be the biggest game on since the site’s launch.

Living Loud: Summer School has been developed by London-based creative agency, Ralph, who also produced the Tinkershrimp & Dutch animated series for the broadcaster.

The Living Loud: Summer School game is an immersive adventure game set in various locations which will be familiar to Loud House viewers, including the interior of the Loud House (as per Lincoln’s List) but also many new places such as the school, the park and the exterior of the Loud House.

Summer holidays have arrived for students at Royal Woods Elementary school, but a bad report card means that Lincoln has lots of extra homework to do over the holidays. Lincoln must improve his school report by tackling mini-quests relating to each of his six subjects.

Suzie Adams, digital director at Nickelodeon, commented: “Nickelodeon continues to produce games that are fun for kids, and this follow-up to Loud House: Lincoln’s List is another reason why is the perfect place to play.”

Chris Hassell, CEO at Ralph, added: “Having worked with Nickelodeon on last year’s Living Loud: Lincoln’s List game, as well as creating the Tinkershrimp & Dutch animated series, it’s great to have collaborated with them again on Living Loud: Summer School. We hope we’ve done justice to Nickelodeon’s fantastic show, The Loud House.”


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