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Tudor Games, NFL Sign Licensing Agreement for Electric Football Games, Team Action Figures

TudorNFLTudor Games has signed a licensing agreement with the National Football League to market a new collection of NFL Electric Football games and NFL Team Action Figure sets. In addition, Tudor Games has redesigned its NFL Electronic Football games to include features like Invisibase Cleats, SpeedTurf Fields, and PlayAction Remote Controls.

The Invisibase Speed and Strength Cleats propel the one-inch action figure players across the field with accuracy and the transparency makes the figures appear as though they are running on directly on the new SpeedTurf playing fields. The SpeedTurf field replaces the metal boards with a variable speed handheld PlayAction Remote Control. The new battery-operated games are available in three sizes.

Nickelodeon and NFL Collaborate on New TV Property

Nickelodeon and the National Football League has announced the development of a new animated series. Rush Zone: Guardians of the Core will be a 22-episode, weekly short-form series based on the NFL Rush Zone children’s website. Episodes begin airing this fall, coinciding with the start of the NFL season. The season will culminate with a one-hour long special following the Super Bowl in February.

Rush Zone follows 10-year-old Ishmael as he guards a benevolent life force, housed within each of the NFL’s 32 stadiums, from villain Sudden Death. Endowed with special powers and the strength of a football player, Ishmael must battle evil robots, while being mentored by NFL coaches and players who voice themselves.

The short runs approximately two to five minutes and will be available on nicktoons.com and nflrush.com after airing on the Nickelodeon network. Rush Zone is also being produced in high definition for use on jumbotrons during games.

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