Tapping Youthful Game-players
- Lucent, Bandai partner for games. // RCR;04/03/2000, Vol. 19 Issue 14, p25
Reports on the partnership of Lucent Technologies Inc. and Bandai Co. Ltd.
- Bandai Bubble. // Marketing Week;7/28/2005, Vol. 28 Issue 30, p4
Announces the advertising campaign of Bandai Co. Ltd. for its Bubble interactive games console for pre-school children in Great Britain. Cost of the advertisement; Inclusion of the campaign; Features of the Bubble interactive games.
- It's back. Tamagotchi is set to return and this time they
can reproduce themselves. // Campaign;4/8/2004, Issue 15, p10
Addicts of the game Tamagotchi will be able to do all the old nourishing and caring stuff with their digital dependant but now, via infra-red ports, the things will be able to communicate with each other. In other words, they will be able to play together, exchange gifts, make friends, even get...
- Wireless data coming to a store near you. Dano, Mike // RCR Wireless News;11/18/2002, Vol. 21 Issue 46, p11
Reports on the sale of prepaid ring tones by British-based wireless entertainment and publishing company Digital Bridges through a major U.S. retailer as of November 18, 2002. Trials being conducted by the company on the sales strategy; Purpose of the strategy; Plan of Digital Bridges to add...
- Power Rangers go on attack. Roberts, Irving // Playthings;Jan94, Vol. 92 Issue 1, p21
Reports on the strong sale of Bandai's Power Rangers toys Boston, Massachusetts in November, 1993. Popularity among parents and children; Shortage of supply due to slow refills; Other top-selling toys.
- Power Rangers flex their muscles. Gamlin, Joanne // Playthings;Jan94, Vol. 92 Issue 1, p22
Reports on the strong sale of Bandai's Power Rangers toys in Los Angeles, California as of January, 1994. Fast sale in retail stores; Price; Other top-selling toys.
- PHS hatches a Tamagotchi. // Computing Japan;Jun97, Vol. 4 Issue 6, p52
Presents information on Bandai Company's toy sensation, Tamagotchi's migration to the personal handyphone system, called Tamapitchi. Information on its features and functions; Details on how they work together.
- Tama-hawks. // Newsweek;8/4/1997, Vol. 130 Issue 5, p10
Reports on Bandai's line of virtual pets called Digital Monsters. Owner responsibility for care; Docking with other Digital Monsters for computerized fights; Availability in the United States in late 1997.
- Lolli-pop tunes. N.K.; Schiff, Debra // Electronic Design;10/01/98, Vol. 46 Issue 22, p48N
Reports that the Japanese toy company Bandai, the same one that introduced Tamagotchi pets, has invented music emanating from a lollipop. Features of the toy called Silent Shout; Technique for producing music; Development of a competing product from CAP Candy.