MGA takes next leap into video games with LOL Surprise Movie Night for Nintendo Switch

MGA Entertainment is preparing for its latest helping of video game action, teaming with the games publisher Nighthawk Interactive to launch LOL Surprise Movie Night exclusively to the Nintendo Switch.

Scheduled to land on the gaming platform this October 26th, LOL Surprise Movie Night will challenge players to create their own Rising Star to perform on studio lots in the attempt to become ‘the next big thing in LOLville. Pre-orders are now open at major retailers worldwide, including Game and Smyths Toys.

Gameplay will see players learn lines, Strike a Pose, meet other Stars, and play through a variety of film set productions in the form of games and quests.

“We couldn’t be more thrilled to partner with Nighthawk to create an exhilarating video game for our L.O.L. community. We believe our fans are already stars but now they get to experience the Hollywood life in a new and fun way,” said Isaac Larian, CEO and founder of MGA.

Joseph Sutton, president of Nighthawk Interactive, said: “We are absolutely delighted to continue our partnership with MGA to launch an all-new fun and engaging experience based on the Movie Magic toy line.

“We think fans of L.O.L. Surprise! will be delighted with the results, and we can’t wait for them to get their hands on the game.”

LOL Surprise Movie Night will see players memorising scripts for upcoming shows, as well as running away from ghosts at the spooky mansion, venturing off on a desert excursion or setting up production on a film set. It will also allow for lifestyle upgrades as players decorate their apartment or wear the latest fashion and accessories using Glitter Tokens.
Players can also take a selfie while wearing their favourite O.O.T.D. (Outfit of the Day) and customize pictures with colourful stickers and fabulous filters, as well as journey through the game to acquire a L.O.L. Surprise Ball containing a plethora of goodies, including wallpaper, rugs, furniture and much more.

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