Nickelodeon's “Slime Across America” tour will conclude next week with stops in Flushing and Staten Island, New York, the latter in partnership with Time Warner Cable.
The tour has showcased the network's first multi-player game to draw fans online, 3D-Multi-players Nicktoons SlimeBall. Up to four players could join to battle it out, playing as avatars they selected from top Nick shows.
The Slime Central site also includes slime e-cards for kids to send to friends, an area where kids could use the pass to download and share their virtual slimings, iCarly scenes or their karaoke performances of The Naked Brothers Band.
They can also download MP3s from Tiffany Evans or Menudo, who have headlined the two-month tour, which began June 7 at the Navy Pier in Chicago.
The New York stops include a Nick Live! Slime Edition interactive stage show, a virtual sliming zone and network premium give-aways.
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