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Wild Kratts Signs New Licensee and Expands Product Line

35ad8e78-c5df-46f7-931f-b1e08c4c9eabThe Kratt Brothers Co. has signed apparel manufacturer Isaac Morris Limited to be its new licensing partner. Kmart and Fred Meyer stores will debut a selection of t-shirts, hoodies, and pants  in the Spring.

Additionally, Wild Kratts has expanded its retail line. Wicked Cool Toys has added new action figure sets and role-play items; Pressman Toys added three new games; Random House Children’s Books expanded their line of four Step into Reading titles to 12 books; later this year PBS Distribution will release two new DVDs, Wild Animal Babies and Wild Reptiles; PBS Kids released a new app, Wild Kratts Baby Buddies, intended for children 3 to 8 that focuses on animal care;  and InCharacter has added Florida Panther Costumes in both green for Chris and blue for Martin. [Read more...]

Stikbot, from Zing, Uses App to Create, Animate, and Share Stop-Motion Videos

Zing Toy StikbotZing has launched Stikbot, which features a poseable figure with suction cup hands and feet that adhere to almost any flat surface. A free mobile app available on iOS and Android, StikBot Studio, allows users to snap individual photos and stitch them together into a stop-motion film.

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PowerA Releases Skylanders Swap Force Licensed Accessories


PowerA, an industry leader in video game and mobility accessories, has announced the availability of new accessories for the game Skylanders Swap Force. PowerA has been making accessories for Skylanders franchise for the last three years. With storage solutions that double as play sets, to high-quality third party video game controllers, PowerA has something for every Skylanders fan.

The new accessories and cases include:

These Skylanders Swap Force accessories, and more storage, transport, and mobility cases are available at major retailers including Amazon.com, Best Buy, Fred Meyer, Target, Toys”R”Us, Walmart and more.

All Things Equal Launches Klondike Bar Game

Klondike-ComponentsAll Things Equal, maker of the Loaded Questions and Awkward Family Photos games, has partnered with Klondike for the new board game, What Would You Do for a Klondike Bar? The game dares families and friends to conquer hundreds of creative, courageous, and cockamamie challenges in the name of the slogan.

The 300 head-to-head challenges require quick thinking, creativity, and a willingness to laugh at yourself and with others. Players will find themselves asking for a date while grunting like a caveman, coming up with a funny new use for bacon, quickly answering a provocative trivia question or completing an absurd trivial act for a chance to win one of the six Klondike bar flavors needed to win the game. The reward for besting fellow players is a take-home champion card and bragging rights. The What Would You Do for a Klondike Bar? board game is now available at Amazon.com, and will debut at Fred Meyer, select Target and Toys “R” Us locations, and specialty stores later this year.