With digital devices now a daily presence in kids’ lives and new innovations like 3D printing entering the mainstream, technology is driving the toy category.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games and The LEGO Group have released a mobile version of "The LEGO Movie Video Game."
German brand management and media company m4e has appointed the Simba Dickie Group as the master toy licensee for its new preschool series "Wissper."
Manchester United has tapped KamaGames as its official social casino games partner.
Cartoon Network Games has launched the new app "Adventure Time Game Wizard" that allows players to draw their own Adventure Time game.
So Much Drama Studios is continuing last year’s celebration of the 10th anniversary of Mean Girls with a social/mobile game inspired by the film.
DC Thomson’s comic book The Beano has launched its first fully interactive story app "Dennis & Gnasher Adventures."
Little, Brown Books for Young Readers has teamed with Sourcebooks to bring Lemony Snicket's All The Wrong Questions books to its personalized book platform.
Nickelodeon U.K. has launched the first episode of a new online adventure game series, called "SpongeBob QuestPants."
Act III Licensing has partnered with Gameblend Studios to launch a mobile game inspired by the film The Princess Bride, 28 years after the movie was released.
David Haddad has been promoted to executive vice president and general manager of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.
Cartoon Network and The LEGO Group are readying for the U.S. debut of their new multi-platform property Mixels.
StoryToys is developing and publishing a series of global apps based on the characters of Eric Carle.
Forbes has licensed its name to the Swiss-based technology company Lotaris for a new mobile payment system called Forbes Digital Commerce.
Entertainment One Licensing continues to expand the Peppa Pig brand in the U.S. with the launch of birthday-themed content and products.
Namco Bandai is bringing its capybara (a cousin to the guinea pig) character Kapi-Bara-San to the U.S. and Canda in a new game app.
Lima Sky has appointed Danish firm INK as licensing agent in the Nordics and Eastern Europe for its mobile game “Doodle Jump.”
Linden Lab and Summertime Media have teamed up with “Blocksworld” to add more Legends of Oz content to kids' app.
Knockout Licensing has added three new licensees for the social media canine sensation Boo–The World’s Cutest Dog.
Mind Candy has launched its first game targeted to the parents of their young fans–“Moshling Rescue.”
Internet media company Kabam has released its free-to-play game “Fast & Furious 6: The Game” on Facebook, under an agreement with Universal Partnerships & Licensing.
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