Comic-Con came again, and with it the total transformation of San Diego, Calif., into a pop culture wonderland.
Aardman Animations has released a new Shaun the Sheep game app in which players must launch themselves onto a wobbling stack of sheep to reach an unguarded plate of doughnuts.
SeaWorld Kids has launched a collection of three mobile games designed to engage the imaginations of preschool- and elementary-aged children.
Heart health brand Cardioville and Borderless Healthcare Group are collaborating on a series of mobile apps.
A&B TV and Bulldog Licensing have inked a deal with Box of Frogs Media to produce a series of interactive app books based on the animated duo Roobarb and Custard.
Disney Consumer Products has unveiled an intergalactic assortment of products for the new Disney XD animated TV series "Star Wars Rebels."
Midoki and Rovio's third-party publishing division, Rovio Stars, have released the new app "Plunder Pirates" for iOS devices.
Microsoft has acquired Stockholm-based game developer Mojang and its iconic “Minecraft” franchise for $2.5 billion.
Red Bull Media House has teamed with Roadhouse Interactive to launch "Red Bull Air Race–The Game," inspired by the actual air racing championship series.
Imangi Studios and National Geographic Kids are bringing the mobile game series "Temple Run" to life in an educational action-adventure book.
Consumer Product Connection has appointed of licensing agencies to represent the "Pou" app brand around the globe.
ITV is focusing on four of its major properties at BLE–Cut the Rope, Matt Hatter Chronicles, Babar and the Classic Thunderbirds.
The Walt Disney Company U.K. is rolling out its “Disney Princess Palace Pets” app in Britain.
Activision Publishing has released the video game “Angry Birds Star Wars" for Sony’s new PS4 and Microsoft’s new Xbox One.
Studio 100 and mixtvision Digital have launched the official Maya the Bee game app worldwide in 10 different languages.
SEGA Corporation has taken on its first client as a merchandising agent–Lima Sky’s game app, “Doodle Jump.”
Discovery Communications has signed two new partners to create augmented reality and role play toys for its Discovery Kids brand.
Lion Forge Comics has launched two new digital comic books based on the TV shows “Saved by the Bell” and “Punky Brewster.”
MGM’s Consumer Products division has lined up 18 licensees in support Robocop, which premiered in U.S. theaters Feb. 12.
Bulls Licensing has signed on to rep Imangi Studio’s game app “Temple Run” in the Nordics.
Graphic India and POW! Entertainment have introduced a new superhero from Stan Lee on Rovio’s ToonsTV streaming video platform.
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