Cartoon Network and D3Publisher are teaming to bring some of the network's biggest properties to the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Nintendo Wii U and 3DS later this year.

First up, WayForward will again be bringing its talents to 'Adventure Time' with the new action game Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I Don't Know. The developer previously worked on the portable title Adventure Time: Hey Ice King! Why'd You Steal Our Garbage?!! Players will be able to choose from Finn, Jake, Marceline, Cinnamon Bun and more as they search to discover the secrets of a new dungeon beneath the Land of Ooo. Up to four players will be able to get in on the action at once, and the all-new storyline will be available to enjoy on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii U, PC and 3DS.

Not to be left out in the dark, 'Regular Show' will also be getting a new game from WayForward as well. Regular Show: Mordecai and Rigby in 8-bit Land will come to the 3DS, and features a new adventure that sees the show's protagonists transported inside some of their favorite games.

Long-running series 'Ben 10' is no stranger to the video game adaptation, but it too will receive an all-new console adventure this year. Developed by High Voltage Software, Ben 10 Omniverse 2 is the second entry in the successful series, which sees Ben Tennyson facing new challenges and foes like the Incurseans with nothing but his trusty Omnimatrix to aid him. This sequel will be coming to the Xbox 360, PS3, Wii, Wii U, and DS.

"We are excited to extend our partnership with Cartoon Network on the next iteration of Adventure Time and Ben 10 video games and we now have the opportunity to introduce the very first Regular Show video game to the millions of fans that watch the Emmy-winning comedy each week," said Peter Andrew, vice president of product development at D3P. "Having the creative talents of these widely popular animated shows working directly with very proven development teams, it has given us the recipe to create the very best and most authentic video game experiences that will please fans of all ages."

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