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The global phenomenon that is Moshi Monsters celebrates its fifth year with 80m registered users and $250m total gross retail sales.
The team behind Moshi Monsters is on the hunt for new marketers as it prepares for a busy 2013.
Mind Candy has put pen to paper on a deal which will see Moshi Monsters toys placed in Happy Meals in McDonalds’ North American restaurants over Christmas.
Given the colossal news that Grand Theft Auto V is going to make, the changes to this year’s MediaGuardian 100 2012 do seem somewhat strange.
This week’s issue of MCV includes a Golden Ticket that gives users 24 hours of free membership to Moshi Monsters.
Have this week's fresh issue of MCV to hand? Then turn to page 9...
London media group Mind Candy has struck a deal that allows mobile giant Gree to co-develop and operate a smartphone edition of the Moshi monsters games.
A five-month global ad campaign will help Moshi Monsters enter the boxed games market with a bang.
The release of Batman: Arkham City last Friday marks, by all accounts, the arrival of the best game produced for 2011. For retailers, it will be a cash cow. For consumers, ...
Moshi Monsters creator Mind Candy is poised to become one of the largest games firms in the UK.
Lady Gaga has successfully taken out an injunction against the creator of manufactured character Lady Goo Goo - preventing any music being officially released from the virtual pop star.
Moshi Monsters Magazine has become the best-selling children’s publication in the UK with a monthly circulation of 113,748.
London toy megastore Hamleys is promoting toys based on Mind Candy’s smash kids’ game Moshi Monsters throughout the summer.
London-based online gaming firm Mind Candy will open a US office in the next few months.
Mind Candy's casual gaming phenomenon Moshi Monsters made its UK toy debut last week thanks to a new range of products from Vivid.
Mind Candy, the maker behind popular online game, Moshi Monsters, has forecast over $100 million in retail sales of products based on the brand in 2011.
The Brit behind one of the largest kids games sites in the world says the industry is short on business heroes.
One of the fastest growing kids' sites in the world is plotting a move into video games publishing and development.