- London, England
- Mind Candy is a British entertainment company specializing in the development of global entertainment brands.
- Michael Acton Smith
- E-Commerce, Online Games, Publishing, Developer Tools, Digital Entertainment
Mind Candy’s vision is to create worlds that fire the imagination.
Our flagship product is Moshi Monsters which has grown to over 98m registered users online and has also expanded successfully offline into best selling books, magazines, toys, trading cards, music albums and a movie.
Creating magical entertainment on mobile and tablet is at the heart of what we do at Mind Candy and we’re now developing several groundbreaking new products, including Petlandia, a crazy world where pets and pop culture collide.
Funding Rounds (6) - $21.5MUpdate
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Moshi Monsters is an educational, fun, creative virtual world and online game that enables users to select and customize a monster.
Moshi Monsters Village was added to CrunchBase in 2014
Perlex City is an online game filled with puzzles and ciphers. The game blurs the boundaries between fiction and reality, allowing players
Petlandia is a crazy, ever-expanding world where any real life pet can become a star.
PopJam is an online community where users can create and share art, photos, quizzes, and more.
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