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Nintendo wants more Mii-time

Nintendo has unveiled the latest offering for its 3DS handheld system, a simulation game called Tomodachi Life. It’s the first of its kind to launch in North America, and if successful, it could help boost the company’s 3DS handheld sales.

Activision creates third Moshi Monsters game

UK-based Mind Candy and game publisher Activision are teaming once again on a Moshi Monsters-themed video game, entitled Katsuma Unleashed, which will launch on Nintendo handhelds this fall.

Lego Friends – and girls – brought to Nintendo handhelds

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment is looking to put the Lego Friends franchise into the hands of more girls by introducing the property to Nintendo DS and 3DS handhelds this fall.

Nintendo characters head for the toy aisle

Classic Nintendo video game characters like Mario and Princess Peach are taking new form thanks to a licensing deal with Jakks Pacific. The toymaker will manufacture, market and distribute a line of toys and related consumer products for almost all Nintendo properties.

Five things on our radar this month

From Google Fiber striking a major content deal with Disney to Nickelodeon aiming to rebound in the ratings with its more than a dozen new commissions including the re-vamped version of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, here’s the latest on some hot topics impacting the kids entertainment biz.

Are two always better than one?

How the second-screen experience is set to impact the kids gaming industry.

Wreck-it Ralph video game to launch

Activision Publishing and Disney Interactive have partnered to produce and distribute a Wreck-it Ralph video game for Nintendo systems based on the upcoming feature film of the same name from Walt Disney Animation Studios.


Our spring edition of iKids Digital is now available! We’re taking a look at the looming rise of VR in kids entertainment, how MCNs are boosting the marketing might of kidsnets, and the rise of artificial intelligence in kids tech toys.


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