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Battle Ant to launch Hungry Shark plush

Best selling app from Future Games of London kicks off licensing programme.
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The licensing programme for Future Games of London's Hungry Shark property is up and running.

Battle Ant has signed up to produce a range of plush based of the popular app.

The firm was established by Steve Manley, who worked on initial short run solutions for Crazy Frog among others. It focuses specifically on the games and gaming market.

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