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Ravensburger brings Minecraft to the tabletop space with new analogue game

Ravensburger has joined the tenth anniversary celebrations of the popular video game title, Minecraft, by bringing the best-selling gaming title to the tabletop space with its own analogue game. Developed in collaboration with Mojang, Minecraft: Builders & Biomes brings players together in a shared, in-person experience complete with mobs to …

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Ravensburger rolls out major marketing campaign for BRIO

Ravensburger has started rolling out its biggest ever marketing programme for the BRIO brand. Centrepiece to the multi-faceted campaign is the first TV advertising activity celebrating the BRIO World. The heavyweight broadcast campaign began at the start of November and will run throughout the countdown to Christmas. Two spots have …

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Playmobil, Funko and Ravensburger celebrate Back to Future’s 35th anniversary

Playmobil, Funko, and Ravensburger are among a slate of toy and gifting partners to have signed with Universal to celebrate the 35th anniversary of its timeless classic, Back to the Future. As part of the celebrations surrounding the beloved film franchise, Playmobil has created a new collection featuring fan favourite …

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Ravensburger bolsters licensed jigsaw offering with Barbie 60th and School of Roars collections

Ravensburger has bolstered its licensed jigsaw puzzles collection this season, having secured partnerships with both Mattel to develop a line of Barbie 60th anniversary puzzles for the US market, and Atlantyca Entertainment to launch a new School of Roars line to Italy. The tabletop expert will produce School of Roars-branded …

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Ravensburger’s BRIO and GraviTrax take limelight at The Big Feastival and Car Fest South

While others may have been melting in their skin this past bank holiday, Ravensburger was busy rubbing shoulders with a line-up of artists and entertainers, with activities across two UK family-friendly festivals: Car Fest South and the Big Feastival. The Big Feastival – held on Blur bassist Alex James’ farm …

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Ravensburger opens floor to 3D designers with MyMiniFactory collaboration

The international board game giant, Ravensburger, has partnered with the London 3D content platform, MyMiniFactory to invite creatives to design new themes and figurines that can be used in an updated version of its popular title, Labyrinth. In a first of its kind IP licensing agreement, it is hoped that …

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The Independent Toy & Gift Show returns for 2020 with dates and sponsors revealed

The Independent Toy & Gift Show is making its return for 2020, once again with its emphasis on keeping the independent retailer at the heart of what it does, and the promise of a slap-up lunch thrown in as standard. From bespoke offers, to unique merchandising solutions and access to …

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The education-focused June issue of ToyNews is ready to read now

The education-focused June edition of ToyNews has arrived and is available to read online, on your iPad, laptop or smart device now. This is a month filled with exclusive reveals, interviews and features. ToyNews is privileged to exclusively unveil the 2019 Connected Play Landscape from the tech toy and play …

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Ravensburger to launch Tetris themed puzzles this autumn in new licensing deal

Ravensburger is to launch a range of new puzzles themed on the iconic video game Tetris across the UK and Ireland this autumn, following a new licensing agreement with the popular Tetris brand. It’s just part of a sweep of recent partner signings for the Tetris brand, marking its 35th …

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Ravensburger celebrates British puzzle artists at AIS Show this week

Ravensburger is showcasing its vast rang of British puzzles, depicting iconic landmarks, buildings and eccentricities that make British life unique at the AIS Show taking place this week. Images from British artists and agencies feature among Ravensburger’s extensive puzzle portfolio this year, with more than 80 per cent of its …

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