Trolls Music Stars

Kids’ tech firm Thinker Tinker teams with DreamWorks to launch interactive plush range Trolls Music Stars

The US-based kids’ tech start-up, Thinker Tinker, has partnered with Universal’s DreamWorks Animation to launch a new line of collectable, interactive plush charms and a companion mobile app called Trolls Music Stars.

Inspired by the popular film franchise, Trolls Music Stars is launching to the crowdfunding platform, Kickstarter from February, 23rd this year, where it will introduce fans to a new way to enjoy mobile gaming, toy collecting, and music creating.

Each plush character in the Thinker Tinker range connects to the companion mobile app, which then enables users to bring their favourite DreamWorks Animation’s Trolls characters to life. Users can then create music through the power of rhythm and enjoy songs from the Trolls franchise, unlock different characters, customise their Trolls’ avatar, and collect special items in the game.

To get started, kids and fans will need to open the app and scan the unique headphone marker on their collectable Trolls plush. They can then unlock new zones, characters, accessories, and music clips in the mobile app, before battling their Trolls characters in various dance challenges to the sounds of the Trolls music. They can even remix their own songs in the app.

Thinker-Tinker’s Trolls interactive plush charms will be available for pre-order on Kickstarter and will feature exclusive pre-order items and bundles.

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