The internet spinoff project - introduced to mark the show's 50th anniversary - is the first ever social networking game to be created by a British soap.
Corrie Nation was first launched to beta testers on November 1, but today marks the first time that it has been fully available to the public.
As revealed when the project was first announced last month, the game lets viewers manage a virtual world based on the ITV1 programme and features special animated versions of Weatherfield favourites past and present.
Pictured: Julie Hesmondhalgh, Antony Cotton, Michelle Keegan and Malcolm Hebden with cartoon versions of their respective characters Hayley Cropper, Sean Tully, Tina McIntyre and Norris Cole.
Players are encouraged to complete special tasks including running Roy's Rolls and restocking The Rovers. By doing so, they can progress through a series of levels and gain access to additional buildings, characters and iconic items from Corrie history.
Other features available include 'Psychic Sean', which sees a cartoon version of Antony Cotton's character Sean Tully offering exclusive news and storyline teasers.
Speaking of the game, ITV Studios' Director of Digital Productions Patricia Wagstaff commented: "It feels truly fitting that five decades after the nation first fell in love with Coronation Street we launch Corrie Nation, a brand new and interactive extension to the show which allows the audience to engage with us through a social platform so relevant to today."
Corrie Nation can be accessed on Facebook and via ITV's official website.
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