Entries in 'moshi monsters' (40)
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.
It was the UK’s biggest social world in the second half of 2012 and has 20 million registered users, with 30,000 joining every day. Bin Weevils has become an online ...
The global phenomenon that is Moshi Monsters celebrates its fifth year with 80m registered users and $250m total gross retail sales.
Moshi Monsters: Moshling Zoo was last year's biggest selling DS game, says GfK Chart-Track data.
Trip Hawkins has set up a new educational gaming firm and plans to create a monster-catching RPG for kids.
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.
Mind Candy is thinking about bringing Moshi Monsters to more gaming formats in the future, following the success of Moshling Zoo on Nintendo DS.
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...
Mind Candy believes that tablets are the future of gaming – and it wants to make the most of it by brining a ‘full’ Moshi Monsters app to iPad.
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
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.
Developer Mind Candy has confirmed it is hard at work on the sequel to the record-breaking Moshi Monsters: Moshling Zoo.
The DS may be in its twilight years, but success is still to be had for those who nail the correct strategy.
Mind Candy wants to ‘make history’ with its Moshi Monsters album, Music Rox.
Moshi Monsters developer Mind Candy has signed a deal with Sony Music to release records for its popular children’s franchise, it has announced.
Children's social gaming sites such as Moshi Monsters accounted for almost ten per cent of all video game TV advertising last month.
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The Elder Scrolls returns to the High Street today with the critically acclaimed Skyrim.
Moshi Monsters creator Mind Candy is poised to become one of the largest games firms in the UK.