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.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Kabam have released the new role-playing game "The Lord of the Rings: Legends of Middle-earth."
Cupcake Digital has partnered with Peanuts Worldwide to develop apps starring characters from the iconic franchise.
Toys ‘R’ Us has appointed Michael Melzer as managing director of Toys ‘R’ Us Central Europe.
Imangi Studios has partnered with NFL Players Inc. to bring the most popular NFL players to the mobile game “Temple Run 2” this season.
Rovio Entertainment has partnered with Worldreader and Room to Read, two literacy charities, for a series of books featuring its new Angry Birds Stella brand.
Daredevil Development and Walker Productions have launched the "Tilly and Friends" game app for Android.
Outfit7 has teamed up wit Mythology Entertainment to bring its Talking Tom and Friends digital brand to theaters.
Rovio is swiftly evolving into a global entertainment company on the wings of its Angry Birds property.
New entertainment company Seriously, launched by two former executives of Rovio has unveiled its first mobile game “Best Fiends.”
Mind Candy has signed Topps as one of the first partners for its new game brand “World of Warriors.”
Magic Light Pictures has launched the first game app for the classic picture book The Gruffalo.
Midoki and Rovio's third-party publishing division, Rovio Stars, have released the new app "Plunder Pirates" for iOS devices.
Cartoon Network is bringing its second-screen mobile app, “CN Watch and Play,” to several markets across Asia Pacific.
Sesame Workshop presented a slew of new apps at its Digital Playground event Nov. 5 with previews of upcoming and newly released games.
The first official “Cloudbabies” app, created by Studio Liddell under license from Hoho Entertainment, is now available.
The latest iteration of Rovio Entertainment’s Angry Birds app brand, “Angry Birds Go!,” launched worldwide Wednesday.
Mobile games company DeNA and Crytek have joined forces to develop a free-to-play mobile game–“The Collectables.”
U.K. app developer and publisher Gazoob has debuted a new app featuring Aadarsh’s brand Purple Turtle.
License Connection, Benelux licensing agent for the app brand “Subway Surfers,” has signed an apparel deal with The Cookie Company.
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