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Toys based on game licences are actually in growth, despite what the numbers suggest, NPD has said.
UK advertising regulator the ASA has removed Moshi Monsters from its ‘name and shame’ list, having pointed fingers at the game earlier this week.
Mind Candy says it has already changed Moshi Monsters after breaching the Advertising Code.
Two free-to-play games have had altered their in-game messaging after the ASA ruled the wording constituted “direct exhortations to buy a membership package”.
Building a successful game is one thing, but transforming that title into a world-conquering franchise is another challenge entirely.
Sales of toys based on video games fell 14 per cent in 2014, NPD has told MCV.
UK casual games giant Mind Candy is working on a new game that isn't based on its smash hit Moshi Monsters IP.
It's becoming a thankfully common trend for developers to target kids at a young age in order to teach them more about coding, but rarely is it focused specifically on ...
Moshi Monsters creator Mind Candy saw revenues climb by 62 per cent in 2012 to £47m.
The Moshi train rumbles on. Next stop: Hollywood.
Circulation figures have been released the first six months of 2013, but once again games magazines aren't amongst them.
Moshi Monsters will return to retail this October in a reinvention of its hit DS titles.
Mind Candy has announced another boxed outing for its worldwide kids hit, Moshi Monsters.
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