Nickelodeon UK releases new online multiplayer game

Living Loud: Summer School, based on the Nicktoons series The Loud House, launches today

London, July 2 2018 – Nickelodeon UK & Ireland today releases its second online multiplayer game, Living Loud: Summer School. It’s the sequel to Living Loud: Lincoln’s List, which launched last summer and has continued to be the biggest game on since the site’s launch. The game can be found at

Living Loud: Summer School has been developed by London-based creative agency, Ralph, who also produced the Tinkershrimp & Dutch animated series for the broadcaster.

The Living Loud: Summer School game is an immersive adventure game set in various locations which will be familiar to Loud House viewers, including the interior of the Loud House (as per Lincoln’s List) but also many new places such as the school, the park and the exterior of the Loud House.

Summer holidays have arrived for students at Royal Woods Elementary school, but a bad report card means that Lincoln has lots of extra homework to do over the holidays. Lincoln must improve his school report by tackling mini-quests relating to each of his six subjects. Each task is based in a specific location in the Loud House universe, however (with the exception of the final ‘boss level’ task) they can be approached in any order and players can switch tasks/locations at any point. Within each location, there will also be medals Lincoln can earn by performing certain tasks and collecting certain items (items can be distributed across different locations). 

Key Highlights for Living Loud: Summer School

·       Simple and intuitive controls for all playing devices

·       Map interface movement accessed in the User Interface

·       Task activation for players on each level which Lincoln needs to improve on giving users the chance to move from fail to pass once the task is completed

·       New day/night functionality that is integral to completing tasks and achieving medals; players will need to strategically switch between day to night to progress through the game. 

·       Two-player functionality 

·       Fun, shareable GIFs/badges which communicate the humour of the show and encourage players to share progress with friends, thereby enticing other potential players to come and have a go. There will be no direct social network links. 

“Nickelodeon continues to produce games that are fun for kids, and this follow-up to Loud House: Lincoln’s List is another reason why is the perfect place to play” said Suzie Adams, Digital Director at Nickelodeon

Chris Hassell, CEO at Ralph, added: “Having worked with Nickelodeon on last year’s Living Loud: Lincoln’s List game, as well as creating the Tinkershrimp & Dutch animated series, it’s great to have collaborated with them again on Living Loud: Summer School. We hope we’ve done justice to Nickelodeon’s fantastic show, The Loud House.




Available in over 13 million homes, Nicktoons showcases the world’s best comedy animation. Launched in 2002 and part of the Nickelodeon network of channels, Nicktoons broadcasts the very best in funny cartoons to audiences across the UK and Ireland, featuring top shows such as SpongeBob SquarePants, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Loud House and Fairly OddParents. More information is available at Nicktoons is available on Sky 606, Virgin 717 and through BT Vision.  

The Nickelodeon Network is a top-performing commercial kids TV network in the UK and Ireland with Nickelodeon channels available in over 13 million cable and satellite homes. Having launched in 1993 Nickelodeon UK comprises seven dedicated entertainment channels for kids aged 4-15 and their families, and is a joint venture between Viacom International Media Networks and BSkyB.  

About Ralph
Founded in 2005 with offices in London, NY & LA, Ralph are trusted by the world's biggest brands to create experiences that audiences love and share. Their proudest achievements include managing social for some of Netflix’s biggest shows (House Of Cards, Stranger Things, Black Mirror, Gilmore Girls) running immersive theatrical music events for Sony, launching a beer across Europe for AB InBev, hacking marketing with Mr. Robot, opening a craft beer shop in Shoreditch, creating an above the line marketing campaign for Slack and making a cartoon called Tinkershrimp & Dutchwith Nickelodeon. More information on Ralph can be found at