Toy fair season culminates in New York City with an impressive slate of licensed merchandise on display.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has unveiled its slate of new mobile games featuring franchises including Batman, LEGO, "Game of Thrones" and "Mortal Kombat."
AnimangaPlus and Lima Sky have released the first in a series of comic apps featuring the "Doodle Jump" brand.
Children around the world can now learn English with the help of Aardman Animations' character Timmy in the new "Learning Time with Timmy" app.
Disney has teamed with Bendon to bring the publisher's coloring books to life through the "Disney Color and Play" app.
Disney Consumer Products is celebrating one of the studio's most iconic characters with a massive assortment of products inspired by the upcoming film Cinderella.
Mobile publisher Behaviour Interactive has released a new puzzle game based on DreamWorks Animation's upcoming film Home.
IDW Publishing has tapped Ruckus Media Group as the distributor for its line of Hasbro comic books and other Hasbro content.
U.S. video-on-demand online kids' service Kabillion has picked up two series from French producer and distributor Cyber Group Studios.
Lawless Entertainment has sold its "Olive the Ostrich" animated series to the "PlayKids" mobile video platform.
Lionsgate has invested in game developer and publisher Telltale Games as part of the studio's content diversification initiative.
Coolabi Group is bringing its fantasy adventure brand Beast Quest to the digital world in a new a deal with Miniclip.
Rainbow has released a new app for its girls’ property Winx Club.
Lisle Licensing has been appointed to represent the now defunct “Flappy Bird” app for licensing.
Peanuts Worldwide has partnered with social game developer Beeline Interactive for the "Snoopy's Sugar Drop" app.
SEGA Networks is planning a new Sonic mobile game, “Sonic Jump Fever,” which will be available as a free download for iOS and Android.
KreaKids, a division of Egmont Publishing, has launched the first-ever app for Rainbow’s “Mia and me” TV series.
Gameloft and Fox Digital Entertainment have extended their partnership for the release of their new digital game app, “Ice Age Adventures.”
Cupcake Digital and American Greetings Properties have released the new “Strawberry Shortcake Berry Beauty Salon” app.
Made in Me has partnered with comic book publisher Dynamite Entertainment to bring Doodle Jump comics to mobile devices and tablets globally.
Gaming companies have firmly established themselves as a new hot bed for viable IP, but the long-term success of those brands will require differentiations and new initiatives.
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