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Lisle International signs more licensees for Almost Naked Animals

Published on: 10th September 2012

Imagination Games becomes the latest to join the list of licensees.

Almost Naked Animals is the fast-paced children’s animated comedy series featuring a cast of underwear-clad animals, who run a beachfront resort hotel called the Banana Cabana.  Launched last year, the show has been screened daily on CITV throughout the Summer and has new episodes this Autumn.

Proving popular off-screen, Lisle International has announced a new deal for the property; Imagination Games is the latest to join the list of licensees. The multi-territory deal brokered by licensing agents Lisle International, will see the company creating an Almost Naked Animals version of the successful Ruckus Game, which will be available from early 2013.

The games will continue later in the year with an online Supergame which will be launching late September, with more details to be announced by the series producer 9 Story Entertainment.

Gayle Tarrant, from Lisle International, said: “We are delighted to have Imagination Games on board as an Almost Naked Animals Licensee. The artwork will lend itself perfectly to the Ruckus Game and we believe it will be an incredibly successful format. With the new series this Autumn, the popularity of the property is only set to increase and we look forward to more exciting developments, such as the online Supergame.”

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