Nickelodeon has another hit app in their arsenal. A couple of months after their major iPad app launched to success, they’ve just released their first worldwide app, a Ninja Turtles game that can be downloaded in the app store for $1.99. In “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Rooftop Run,” you can “join Leonardo, Raphael, Donatello and Michelangelo in this endless runner ninja combat game, where players run, jump and fight their way across the rooftops of New York in an attempt to save the city from the invading Kraang and ultimate destruction.” Here are the details. Read more
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Comic-Con is in full swing here in San Diego, and social TV activations continue to pop up from networks. In our complete guide to TV at Comic-Con, we wrote about Nickelodeon's big presence including the return of the Ninja Turtles. Now, the network that grew Spongebob on social has launched "Turtles vs. Foot," a massive social campaign to take over San Diego.