Following the mathematical success of the IGN Editors’ Choice Award-winning Adventure Time: Hey Ice King! Why’d You Steal Our Garbage?!!, show creator Pendleton Ward again teams up with developer WayForward to create Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON’T KNOW!. The all-new action game will be available for the first time ever on the Wii U, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC, as well as a return to the Nintendo 3DS hand-held system this fall.

In a completely new storyline and adventure and featuring the voices of the show’s most popular characters, fans will have to save the Candy Kingdom by exploring the mysteries surrounding a massive Secret Royal Dungeon deep below the Land of Ooo. Select from an assortment of fan-favorite characters from the show, including Finn, Jake, Marceline, Cinnamon Bun, and more, and team up with your friends in four-player co-operative multiplayer as the Adventure Time world comes to life. Adventure Time is the pop culture sensation, Emmy Award-nominated, top-rated animated comedy, and its popularity continues to soar across the globe among fans of all ages.


  1. Hanna-Babera, Filmation and old-time Warner bros. animation studios we miss you. Look at the atrocities of cartoons and sponge bob kids are made to watch this day and age. Not buying this nonsense period.


  2. With all these games coming out on both Wii u and 3ds recently I will predict that at e3 we will see pokemon xy released on both Wii u and 3ds. It’s inevitable… It will be a must.


  3. Yes!!! I hope it is the HD, 3D Adventure game we’ve all been waiting for! Finn and Jake could totally work in home console Zelda style. :P 💋


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