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Toys-to-life is a concept that combines gaming with the physical toys, and it is a genre that is worth $4 billion in the toy industry.
The card game's expansion pack is a big help for a good cause.
The iconic Nintendo character debuted in Japan on Sept. 13, 1985.
Hasbro and Indiegogo today announce that they are partnering to seek out, identify and grow the most innovative gaming ideas out there.
It's not quite the same, but it should bring you back.
Speedcuber Collin Burns beat the previous record by a hair, a seriously impressive one. Don't blink or you'll miss it.
A former toy maker turned inventor shares the story of one of his first big victories in entrepreneurship.
Users can now submit ideas for toys, games, baby gear and preschool products that will carry the toy giant's iconic monikers.
No joke. Check it out.
With low startup costs, rapid returns and the ability to operate independently, mobile franchises are putting anything and everything on wheels.
The card game broke the record previously held by the Reading Rainbow campaign.
Just weeks ahead of Toyfair 2015, Bryan G. Stockton resigns as chairman and CEO of the toy-making giant.
The makers of a new card game were aiming to raise $10,000 in 30 days. They hit that goal in less than 30 minutes, and have gone on to raise more than $2.5 million.
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