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The Friendship is Magic franchise extends to several Flash, HTML5, iOS, and Android video games and software.

Ruckus Media Group apps

Twilight Sparkle, Teacher for a Day on an iPad

Ruckus Media Group published several educational My Little Pony apps on the iOS App Store. Following the apparent dissolution of the company in June 2020 (or close to that time), all of their apps have been discontinued and their website is no longer available.

Interactive storybooks

Ruckus Media Group produced seven English-language interactive storybook apps between 2011 and 2016. The apps are loosely based on Friendship is Magic episodes, pairing reused visuals from the show with new narration, and also contain minigames. These storybooks were also available through other Ruckus Media Group apps, except for Twilight Sparkle, Teacher for a Day, which was replaced by an alternate version titled Twilight Sparkle's Special Lesson.

Title Based on Released Links
Twilight Sparkle, Teacher for a Day The Ticket Master Sep 20, 2011 Wayback Machine
Things That Go Bump in the Night Owl's Well That Ends Well Jan 2, 2014 Wayback Machine
Rarity Loves Fashion Suited For Success Jan 3, 2014 Wayback Machine
Apple Family Appreciation Day Family Appreciation Day Feb 4, 2015 Wayback Machine
Twilight Sparkle In Time It's About Time Sep 3, 2015 Wayback Machine
Read It and Weep Read It and Weep Mar 19, 2016 Wayback Machine
Equestria Games Equestria Games Nov 3, 2016 Wayback Machine

My Little Pony eBooks + Comics

My Little Pony eBooks + Comics (formerly My Little Pony: Ruckus Reader and My Little Pony--Interactive Reading) was released for iOS on April 16, 2012. The app contained in-app purchases for Ruckus Media's interactive storybooks, IDW comics, and other My Little Pony digital content.

My Little Pony Read & Play

My Little Pony Read & Play was released for iOS on July 20, 2018. The app provided a subscription service for the digital My Little Pony content sold by Ruckus Media.

Gameloft app

Main article: My Little Pony (mobile game)

My Little Pony is a free-to-play video game for iOS, iPadOS, tvOS and Android mobile devices published by Gameloft and released on November 8, 2012. The gameplay consists of rebuilding Ponyville, along with several minigames and a storyline concerning Nightmare Moon. Features can be unlocked by spending in-game currency or by purchasing them.

Egmont apps

Egmont released two interactive storybook apps, both of which have been discontinued.

  • My Little Pony: A Canterlot Wedding, based on the episodes A Canterlot Wedding - Part 1 and Part 2, was originally released by Egmont UK in English only as an iPad app on December 18, 2012, and was re-released multiple times by Egmont Kids Media Digital, with dozens of separate region-locked apps for each language edition[1] later being combined into one app for iPhone and iPad available in multiple languages. The app was translated into Bulgarian, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovakian, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish and Ukrainian.
  • My Little Pony - Cutie Mark Chronicles, based on the episode The Cutie Mark Chronicles, was released by Egmont Kids Media Digital in English only for iPhone and iPad on April 22, 2015, and for Android on May 14, 2015.[2] The app contains a minigame in which the user can create and design their own pony.

LeapFrog Explorer Learning Game

A My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic LeapFrog Explorer Learning Game for LeapPad2, LeapPad1, LeapsterGS and Leapster Explorer systems was released in 2013.[3]

Snap 'n Share

Snap 'n Share Photo Editing Software is included on a My Little Pony Snapshots CD bundled in a My Little Pony Digital Camera Kit.[4]

PlayDate Digital apps

Interactive storybooks

PlayDate Digital has produced 11 interactive storybook apps for iOS and Android. On the iOS App Store, the first five are bundled as My Little Pony Bundle, and the first ten are bundled as MY LITTLE PONY Storybook Collection. My Little Pony Party of One originally had separate iPhone and iPad apps. All of the apps except My Little Pony: Power Ponies and My Little Pony: The Movie were unpublished from the Google Play Store in June 2019, but they remain available on the Amazon Appstore for Android.

Title Based on Languages Voices Released Links
Party of One Party of One English, French, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish Andrea Libman as Pinkie Pie Sep 18, 2013 iOS
Hearts and Hooves Day Hearts and Hooves Day English, French, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish Feb 5, 2014 iOS
Fluttershy’s Famous Stare Stare Master English, French, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish Brittany Lauda Apr 22, 2014 iOS
Best Pet May the Best Pet Win! English, French, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish Ashleigh Ball as Rainbow Dash and Applejack, Andrea Libman as Fluttershy, Tara Strong as Twilight Sparkle and Tabitha St. Germain as Rarity Jun 4, 2014 iOS
Power Ponies Power Ponies English Kira Buckland, Brittany Lauda and Kimlinh Tran Jul 17, 2014 (iOS)
May 5, 2015 (Android)
iOS
Android
Trick or Treat Luna Eclipsed English Oct 15, 2014 iOS
Twilight’s Kingdom Twilight's Kingdom - Part 1 and Part 2 English John de Lancie as Discord Dec 18, 2014 iOS
Cutie Pox The Cutie Pox English, French, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish Jan 29, 2015 iOS
Pinkie Pie's Sister Maud Pie English, French, Italian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish April 2, 2015 iOS
Rarity Takes Manehattan Rarity Takes Manehattan English Aug 27, 2015 iOS
My Little Pony: The Movie My Little Pony The Movie English Sep 12, 2017 (Android)
Sep 27, 2017 (iOS)
iOS
Android

My Little Pony: Story Creator

My Little Pony: Story Creator (originally My Little Pony: Lights, Camera, Ponies!) was released for iOS on September 20, 2016, and for Android on March 1, 2017. The app allows the user to create their own interactive storybooks using Friendship is Magic and Equestria Girls characters, props, backgrounds and sounds, some of which are available through in-app purchases.

Big Balloon app

My Little Pony is an app published by the Dutch company Uitgeverij Big Balloon B.V. for iOS on November 26, 2013. The app has been discontinued. The app comprises My Little Pony-themed minigames and learning activities, most of which were only available following an in-app purchase.

Trefl app

E-puzzle My Little Pony - aplikacja do kolekcjonerskiej serii puzzli Trefl (My Little Pony e-puzzle - application in the Trefl collectible puzzles series) is an app published by the Polish company Trefl SA for iOS on November 13, 2014. The app contains a coloring book, a connect-the-dots game, and a heart-shaped photo frame featuring Rainbow Dash and Fluttershy. The app is only available in Czechia, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Ukraine.

e-Dantès app

My Little Pony – Les Histoires interactives à lire ou à écouter (My Little Pony – interactive stories to read or listen to) is a French-language app published by e-Dantès for iOS on December 3, 2014. It contains in-app purchases for My Little Pony interactive storybooks produced by LudiRidi. While the app has been discontinued, the books themselves remain available on Apple Books.

KIDdesigns app

My Little Pony Diary is an app published by eKids/KIDdesigns for iPadOS on December 16, 2014. The app comprises "a digital diary filled with custom ponies, cool photos and digital stickers". Many of the app's features are only available following an in-app purchase.

Eaglemoss apps

Eaglemoss Publications Ltd published two My Little Pony apps for iOS and Android, both of which have been discontinued.

  • My Little Pony Magical Mysteries was released for Android on April 13, 2015, and for iOS on April 21, 2015.[5] The app was unpublished from the Google Play Store on April 5, 2017.[6] It was a tie-in augmented reality app for Eaglemoss' book series of the same name, and different books allowed the user to "explore" different parts of Equestria and gradually restore an "Enchanted Horseshoe".
  • My Little Pony Colouring Adventures was released for Android on March 28, 2017, and for iOS on April 18, 2017.[7] The app was unpublished from the Google Play Store on August 7, 2018.[8] The app comprised several minigames featuring Friendship is Magic characters. It also featured tie-ins with each issue of the My Little Pony Colouring Adventures magazine.

Hasbro apps

Hasbro has directly published two My Little Pony games for iOS and Android, and Backflip Studios (which Hasbro had a 70 percent stake in until its 2019 dissolution) also published one My Little Pony game for iOS and Android. Hasbro has also published a now-discontinued sticker pack for iOS.

My Little Pony: Friendship Celebration

My Little Pony Friendship Celebration Cutie Mark Magic was released by Hasbro for Android on May 28, 2015, and for iOS on June 2, 2015. The game primarily comprises virtual tea parties with Friendship is Magic characters and virtual party games with those characters. The player can scan tags on Cutie Mark Magic toys to host parties with the specific characters featured in the toys.

Equestria Girls

Equestria Girls was released by Hasbro for iOS on June 11, 2015, and for Android on July 16, 2015. The game was unpublished from the Google Play Store on June 25, 2019,[9] but remains available on the iOS App Store. The game is set in Canterlot High School and is loosely based on the events of the first three Equestria Girls films.

In the main game, the player is a student at Canterlot High and interacts with other characters in order to complete "friendship quests", and can purchase clothing and accessories with in-game currency to customize their character. The app also has several minigames, consisting of DJ PON-3, Archery, Motocross, Pinkie Pie Slumber Party and Cosmic Battle. The player can acquire in-game currency through in-app purchases. The player can also scan tags on certain Equestria Girls toys to unlock clothing, accessories or daily rewards, as well as the ability to summon Applejack, Fluttershy, Pinkie Pie, Rainbow Dash, Sunset Shimmer or Twilight Sparkle without in-game currency.

My Little Pony: Puzzle Party

Main article: My Little Pony: Puzzle Party

My Little Pony: Puzzle Party was released by Backflip Studios for iOS on October 11, 2016, preceded by a soft launch for Android earlier in 2016 that was limited to Australia, New Zealand, Mexico and Spain.[10] The game was discontinued on May 25, 2017, in accordance with the settlement to a copyright infringement lawsuit against Hasbro and Backflip Studios.[11] It is a freemium match-three game, similar to Toy Blast[12][13] and Candy Crush Saga. It includes music from the series as well as new Mane Six and Spike voiceovers from Tara Strong, Ashleigh Ball, Andrea Libman, Tabitha St. Germain and Cathy Weseluck.

My Little Pony Stickers

My Little Pony Stickers was released by Hasbro for iOS on April 29, 2017. The app has been discontinued. The app comprises instant messaging stickers featuring the Mane Six and their cutie marks.

IDW Publishing app

My Little Pony Comics was released by IDW Publishing for iOS on June 30, 2015, and for Android on September 8, 2015. Following the unexpected shutdown of the app provider, Makefire,[14][15] the app's functions were integrated into the new app IDW Digital Comics Experience in May 2021; the iOS app's original functionality was replaced with a form for transferring purchases to the new app on May 21, and the Android app was unpublished from the Google Play Store on May 23.[16] The app allowed users to purchase and read IDW's My Little Pony comics.

Turkuvaz app

My Little Pony İzle (Watch My Little Pony) is a Turkish-language app published by Turkuvaz Radyo TV Haberlesme ve Yayincilik A.S. for iOS on September 28, 2015, and for Android on October 1, 2015. It is a streaming app for the Minika Çocuk Turkish dub of Friendship is Magic, and also contains bonus media such as songs and image galleries.

Budge Studios apps

Budge Studios has published several freemium My Little Pony games for iOS and Android.

My Little Pony: Harmony Quest

My Little Pony: Harmony Quest was released for iOS on June 21, 2016, and for Android on August 30, 2016. It is a 2D platform game in which the Mane Six fight a changeling invasion led by Queen Chrysalis and travel across six regions of Equestria to rescue trapped ponies and recover the Elements of Harmony. Each of the Mane Six has unique abilities which are used when fighting changelings and solving problems. The player can unlock members of the Mane Six and their abilities through in-app purchases.

My Little Pony: Rainbow Runners

My Little Pony: Rainbow Runners was released for iOS on June 2, 2017, and for Android on September 29, 2017. It is an auto runner game in which the Mane Six dodge obstacles to complete levels and restore color to Ponyville following a mishap caused by Discord. Each of the Mane Six has a different Rainbow Power, which when used in a level temporarily grants them a special ability and causes their appearance to change. The player can unlock members of the Mane Six through in-app purchases.

My Little Pony: Pocket Ponies

My Little Pony: Pocket Ponies was released for iOS on July 18, 2018, and for Android on January 22, 2019. It is a block kuzushi-like game in which the player, as one of the Young Six, battles other Friendship is Magic characters using different Pocket Ponies (chibi figurines shaped like various characters) in order to become the champion of a Pocket Pony Championship hosted by the School of Friendship. The game's audio features new voice lines by Tara Strong as Twilight Sparkle.

In each battle, the player uses Pocket Ponies to fire balls at their opponent's enemy figurines (changelings, parasprites and pukwudgies), with the objective of destroying the figurines before any of them reach the end of the conveyor belt. The balls can be fired in different directions to ricochet off walls and objects. Each of the Pocket Ponies has a unique Specialty power that can be used in battles, and the Pocket Ponies can be leveled up through gameplay to increase the number of balls fired per shot. The game's setting, the School of Friendship, is divided into the Hallway, Courtyard, Theater and Forest. Each location in the school has different characters to be fought, leading to a boss fight against one of the "Pocket Pony Masters" (Rainbow Dash, Applejack, Pinkie Pie and Fluttershy respectively). The player can acquire in-game currency through in-app purchases.

My Little Pony: Color By Magic

My Little Pony: Color By Magic was released for iOS on March 23, 2020, and for Android on July 3, 2020. It is a coloring game in which various Friendship is Magic drawings are colored in by the player. As the player completes more drawings and progresses through the game, Twilight Sparkle and Spike gradually restore and decorate an abandoned art museum, the Museum of Friendship. The player can bypass the game's timers through in-app purchases.

Red Frog Digital app

My Little Pony AR Guide was released for iOS on August 24, 2016, and for Android on September 5, 2016. The app was unpublished from the Google Play Store on January 12, 2021,[17] but remains available on the iOS App Store. The app comprises augmented reality visualizations of the Mane Six and Spike, a "dual user mode" in which characters on two different devices can interact with each other, and a character customizer.

Online games

Hasbro and the Hub Network's websites, as well as other official websites, have various Friendship is Magic and/or Equestria Girls material, including Flash and HTML5 games. Many games are no longer accessible normally due to the discontinuation of Adobe Flash Player.

Hasbro.com

Hasbro's official My Little Pony website had a directory of online Friendship is Magic games between 2010 and 2021. Before September 2010, the site had a small number of Generation 3 games, some of which stayed on the site until 2017. In August 2013, Hasbro's Equestria Girls website was introduced, with its own games.

Beginning in 2014, new games used HTML5 instead of Adobe Flash. All of the remaining Flash-based games were removed in February 2017, when the Equestria Girls site was combined into a redesigned My Little Pony site. Between 2017 and 2020, some of the HTML5-based games were removed as well. On July 1, 2021, the list of online games was removed entirely, but the 25 HTML5-based games remain playable on the website.

Available

These games' source files remain on Hasbro's website, but their description pages have been removed. The description pages for My Little Pony Place, Equestria Girls: See Yourself as an Equestria Girl - Rockified and Equestria Girls: V.I.F. were hidden between 2017 and 2019; those for Equestria Girls: Repeat the Beat, Equestria Girls: See Yourself as an Equestria Girl - Rockified, Equestria Girls: Battle of the Bands, Archery, Motocross, Pinkie Pie Slumber Party, Twilight Sparkle's Surprise Dance Party and Fashion Photo Booth were hidden around the end of August 2020;[18] and the rest were hidden on July 1, 2021.

Title Released Links
Restore the Elements of Magic Jan 2014 Hasbro, Wayback Machine
Equestria Girls: Repeat the Beat Apr 2014 Hasbro, Wayback Machine
Magical Match Three May 2014 Hasbro, Wayback Machine
Equestria Dash May 2014 Hasbro, Wayback Machine
Equestria Girls: See Yourself as an Equestria Girl - Rockified May 2014 Hasbro, Wayback Machine
Giddy Up Mix-Up Jun 2014 Hasbro, Wayback Machine
Follow Fluttershy Jun 2014 Hasbro, Wayback Machine
Rarity's Dress Up Jun 2014 Hasbro, Wayback Machine
Pinkie Pie's Party Jun 2014 Hasbro, Wayback Machine
Pony Dance Party Jul 2014 Hasbro, Wayback Machine
Equestria Girls: Battle of the Bands Jul 2014 Hasbro, Wayback Machine
Equestria Girls: V.I.F. Jul 2014 Hasbro, Wayback Machine
Twilight Celebration Aug 2014 Hasbro, Wayback Machine
Pop PonyMaker Aug 2014 Hasbro, Wayback Machine
Cutie Mark Creator Mar 2015 Hasbro, Wayback Machine
Archery Jul 2015 Hasbro, Wayback Machine
Mini Quizzes Oct 2015 Hasbro, Wayback Machine
Motocross Jan 2016 Hasbro, Wayback Machine
Pinkie Pie Slumber Party Jan 2016 Hasbro, Wayback Machine
My Little Pony Place Sep 2016 Hasbro, Wayback Machine
Twilight Sparkle's Surprise Dance Party Sep 2016 Hasbro, Wayback Machine
Guardians of Harmony Sep 2016 Hasbro, Wayback Machine
Fashion Photo Booth Apr 2018 Hasbro, Wayback Machine
Friendship Quests May 2018 Hasbro, Wayback Machine
Rainbow Roadtrip Aug 2019 Hasbro, Wayback Machine

Removed

Title Released Links
Pony Creator Sep 2017 Wayback Machine

Flash

These games stopped working in most web browsers at the end of 2020. Their description pages were removed from the website in February 2017.[19] The game files are still available on the website but cannot be played.

Title Released Links
Meet the Ponies Sep 2010 Wayback Machine
Personality Quiz Sep 2010 Wayback Machine
Discover the Difference Apr 2011 Wayback Machine
Applejack May 2011 Wayback Machine
Pinkie Pie May 2011 Wayback Machine
Rainbow Dash May 2011 Wayback Machine
Rarity May 2011 Wayback Machine
Bridle Gossip Puzzles Oct 2011 Wayback Machine
Pinkie Pie Puzzles 2011 Wayback Machine
Rarity Puzzle 2011 Wayback Machine
Rainbow Dash Puzzles 2011 Wayback Machine
Fluttershy Puzzles 2011 Wayback Machine
Castle Creator 2011 Wayback Machine
Applejack Puzzles 2011 Wayback Machine
Card Creator Dec 2011 Wayback Machine
Hearts and Hooves Day Puzzles Feb 2012 Wayback Machine
My Little Pony Friendship Express Train™ Puzzle Adventure 2012 Wayback Machine
Applejack's Wedding Cake Creator Jul 2012 Wayback Machine
Rarity's Wedding Dress Designer Jul 2012 Wayback Machine
Crystal Match Jan 2013 Wayback Machine
Crystal Empire Seek & Find Jan 2013 Wayback Machine
Equestria Girls: Dance Studio Aug 2013 Wayback Machine
Equestria Girls: See Yourself as an Equestria Girl Aug 2013 Wayback Machine
Equestria Girls: Canterlot High School Dash Aug 2013 Wayback Machine
Memory Match Game Oct 2013 Wayback Machine

Other websites

Racing is Magic

Title screen of Racing is Magic

My Little Pony Friendship is Magic: Racing is Magic is an online Flash game available on Hubworld.com. It was first published in early February 2013, initially as a sneak peek only made available after entering the code HUBTV.

Related apps

Fan games

Fighting is Magic was a fan-created fighting game, not licensed by Hasbro, that has received various media coverage. However, its development was permanently terminated after Hasbro issued a cease-and-desist order against the developers, stating they were infringing on their trademarks.

Despite this, the development team later started working on a spiritual successor to the game based on original characters, not related to the My Little Pony franchise, created voluntarily by Lauren Faust herself.

An image that was used by Hasbro's My Little Pony Facebook page during August 12-13, 2013[32] includes a piece of Golden Oak Library background art[33] that was previously used for the game. Enterplay collectible card game High Magic #33 SR card of Sonata Dusk includes in flavor text a mention of Fighting is Magic.

Gallery

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Software image gallery

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