Moshi Monsters Enter Moshlings Theme Park

Moshi Monsters is an online world of adoptable pet monsters for kids aged 6-12. Players can customize and nurture their very own Monster as well as play mini-games, solve puzzles, share artwork and communicate in a safe environment.

Mind Candy, the family entertainment brand behind Moshi Monsters, and videogames company Activision Publishing announce the upcoming release of Moshi Monsters: Moshlings Theme Park, the second title in the Moshi Monsters videogame series.

Moshi Monsters: Moshlings Theme Park, developed by Black Lantern Studios, invites players to restore the legendary Moshi theme park to its former glory. Players progressively unlock six zones by successfully building attractions and rescuing the scattered Moshlings (adorable, itty bitty pets for your pet monster).

While all this action is taking place in the gaming market, tech researcher Gartner estimates that worldwide spending on the gaming ecosystem exceeded $74 billion in 2011, up 10.4 percent from 2010 spending of $67 billion. By 2015, it says, spending will reach $112 billion. (Read: Games that People Play on Digital Playgrounds)

Users of the Nintendo 3DS can also interact with other Nintendo 3DS players via the StreetPass feature and play cool games to bring the Moshlings to life in a whole new dimension.

Moshi Monsters: Moshlings Theme Park marks the first time fans can interact with beloved characters via 3D technology and introduces players to a brand new, exclusive Moshling that can transfer across platforms to the online world.

Moshi Monsters: Moshlings Theme Park will connect fans across the online and handheld platforms through exclusive codes and promotions, designed to increase engagement in new and exciting ways.

Fans will uncover secret codes online at MoshiMonsters.com, which will unlock special areas and content on the Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo DS. The game will be available this fall.

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