Mind Candy targets parents

Published on: 23rd June 2014

Mind Candy has announced the global launch of its first game targeted to the mums and dads of their millions of young fans with the new Moshling Rescue.Moshlings300

This free-to-play title is available now on Apple devices and Facebook. Moshling Rescue aims to appeal to a new audience that enjoys ‘pick up and play’ games, as Mind Candy expands its portfolio to become a global entertainment company that creates games for the whole family. It also builds on the company’s ever expanding collection of mobile experiences including chart topping Moshi Monsters Village which recently surpassed over 1.5m downloads.

CEO and founder of Mind Candy, Michael Acton Smith, said: “Mind Candy has expanded from just kids entertainment to becoming a broader family entertainment company. This is our first game aimed at an older audience and we’re incredibly excited about launching it.”

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