Last December, Tiny Village developer TinyCo announced its partnership with Fox Digital Entertainment to create a mobile game based on the popular Family Guy television show. Fans of the Griffins can now dive into the result of that partnership, as Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff has launched on iOS and Google Play. The game sees players rebuilding Quahog after its destroyed in one of Peter’s famous fights with Ernie the Giant Chicken.
Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff is a city-builder in the same style as The Simpsons: Tapped Out, in that players build individual structures from the Family Guy universe, and receive appropriate characters in the process. That is, players will unlock Bonnie when building the Swanson household, and Chris when building the Griffin home, as examples.
Each character can complete a variety of actions, like making Peter dance or hang out at the Drunken Clam. The more actions a character completes, the more character-specific experience points they’ll earn. Eventually, characters level up and unlock additional actions to further the game’s progression. Players can also dress characters in new outfits, unlocking additional actions.
Quests also guide players through the game’s story, which was written in partnership with the Family Guy show writers and features the show’s voice talent. These quests include tasks for town expansion, purchasing specific buildings, completing tasks with characters and more.
While free-to-play, Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff is monetized via the addition of Clams, a premium currency. Players can spend Clams to speed up character and building actions, as well as purchasing premium items from the store.
“We’ve had an absolute blast bringing The Quest for Stuff to life,” said Andrew Green, head of business development and business operations at TinyCo. “Working with an IP like Family Guy wasn’t a responsibility we took lightly, and thanks to fantastic collaboration with Fox we’re delivering a game that both fans and newcomers will love.”
Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff is available to download for free on iOS and Google Play. Check back soon to follow the game on AppData, our tracking platform for mobile and social apps and developers.