The tech firm has partnered with American Greetings Entertainment to launch an interactive Care Bears-inspired game to restaurants to help keep children entertained.
‘We wanted to create a gaming experience that would immerse audiences into a colourful vibrant world where Troll happiness keeps the village alive,’ says Ubisoft’s Jean-Michel Detoc.
Fans will be able to access the emojis by playing the new matching game.
Dubbed Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Legends, the combat game sees Kraang Prime return with a new scheme to destroy Earth, which the Turtles must try and stop.
Using Brunswick’s Sync Scoring Management System, the game boasts animations based on the Angry Birds mobile game.
Dialogue from the movie’s characters has also been included, featuring the voices of Harrison Ford, Oscar Isaac, John Boyega and Daisy Ridley.
Fans will be able to download the app onto Android, iOS and Windows devices from March 17th.
Fans will be able to pick up a special Collector’s Album in stores for free.
“It really has never been done before: builders, trains, postmen, firemen, lawnmower men, but no one has tackled the wacky looking vehicles that operate in an airport."
The game will launch later this year, and will use the Angry Birds IP.
The game is the first product following the partnership between Animoca Brands and Mattel.
The initiative will launch with GAME outlets in the UK, before rolling out across similar retailers across France, Spain, Italy, Germany and the Nordic territories.
Fans can pick up Charizard holding a Mega Stone at participating outlets.
Like for like sales surge 90 per cent YOY for six weeks ending January 4th.
Rare shiny characters will be up for grabs
New game features settings seen in the comic series