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CAMPAIGN OF THE MONTH: Ravensburger

This summer sees the launch of Ravensburger's new 3D action game, Jolly Octopus...
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Having been named among the best new games by the BTHA at the Olympia Toy Fair, Ravensburger is expecting big things from its new pre-school product, Jolly Octopus, this year.

MD Tim Hall said: “We’re so pleased that Jolly Octopus has been recognised as a fantastic new game this early on. We developed it especially for the UK market to ensure it ticked all the boxes for children, parents and retailers, while offering consumers the quality they would expect from a Ravensburger product.

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