Entries in 'kids' (36)
Amidst all the furore of Xbox and PlayStation at this year’s E3, a couple of important iOS announcement slipped under many people’s radars.
Rod Henwood has been named as the new CEO of kids’ virtual world BinWeevils.
Nobody buys licenced kids and casual games anymore, right?
Mojang is preparing to launch Minecraft Realms, a subscription service that will provide families a safe and easy way to play Minecraft online.
Parents who’ve felt the pain of an unexpected Apple App Store bill after letting their most dearest loose with their iDevice are in luck.
80 US cities will this Christmas play host to a brand new store concept from GameStop.
The NPD Group has released its annual study on Kids and Consumer Electronics, revealing that while consoles and portable game systems still see the highest usage level from the demographic, ...
BAFTA has appealed for nominations for the Video Game category in this year’s 2012 British Academy Children’s Awards.
In the fifth of a series of features answering the biggest questions about the industry's future, Christopher Dring shatters the myths behind the shrinking children's sector
Fight My Monster has become the UK’s fastest-growing online game for boys after reaching 1m players.
It was September 2003 when THQ released Finding Nemo.
Children's social gaming sites such as Moshi Monsters accounted for almost ten per cent of all video game TV advertising last month.
D3Publisher has acquired the rights to publish games based on DreamWorks movie IPs, following THQ’s retreat from the sector.
We’re used to publishers broadening their reach and distancing themselves from the core, but a new strategic shift from THQ is seeing it do the opposite.
Ubisoft has released a physical starter pack for its browser-based game and popular girls' property Imagine Online.
My son, only 17 months old, knows how to turn on my iPhone, he’s seen me use it so much.
Earnest and reputable mainstream newspaper The Daily Telegraph has today run a headline warning parents about the dangers of videogames.
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword is so accessible that a five-year-old can play it, claims Nintendo.
Ubisoft has announced a tenth instalment in its highly successful dancing series – Just Dance Kids.
Moshi Monsters Magazine has become the best-selling children’s publication in the UK with a monthly circulation of 113,748.
Two factors are dovetailing to create growth in the pre-teen gaming market.Firstly, there is the traditional migration down the demographic that comes about as a generation of hardware enters its ...