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Knights and Bikes

Knights and Bikes being turned into an animated series

Foam Sword Games' title is being adapted by Tiger Aspect Productions, who has worked on plenty of shows in the past.

Tiger Aspect Productions has acquired the rights to develop an animated series of Knights and Bikes, having come to an agreement with Foam Sword Games and Knights Of, publisher of the book series.

Tiger has been responsible for shows like Peaky Blinders, Mr. Bean, and Charlie and Lola in the past, and this will bring the action-adventure to life, in which we saw Demelza and Nessa embark on a tale of friendship to solve puzzles, cause mayhem, and have a great holiday together.

"The energy, humour, and joy that continually bursts out of TV animation was a large inspiration in creating Knights And Bikes, not just in the way it looks, but also in the themes and tone of the game," said co-creator Rex Crowle. "It's a fantastically fun new development for us to be working with Tiger Aspect on a Knights And Bikes animated series, and taking things full-circle. In fact I wonder what future games this series will inspire?!"

"Having been a huge fan of Rex and Moo's previous games, it's a no brainer for us to develop the world of Knights and Bikes as an animated series. With a funky female duo at its heart, a stunning world to explore and two brilliant books from Knights Of - we're thrilled to be part of the adventure," added Tom Beattie, Head of Kids and Family at Tiger Aspect Productions.

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REVIEW. Written by Kieran Harris

"Rich in '80s nostalgia, this is a thoroughly enjoyable tale of unlikely friendship and supernatural events that we would urge you to try in co-op."



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