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Category Archives: Games
There is a great library of Disney characters ranging from Oswald The Lucky Rabbit to the Disney Afternoon Cartoons; and yet, when you look at the iOS Apps that Disney is releasing, it seems if there isn’t a marketing budget … Continue reading
A great new promotion combining Disney Friends for Change and the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund (DWCF) wants you to join in helping to protect fresh water for people and animals around the world. They’ve created the Every Duck Counts campaign … Continue reading
Disney Mobile has released the “Where’s My Water? Free” edition and it’s now available on the App Store, Android Market and Amazon Appstore for Android. Going ‘Freemium’ is a popular model for mobile apps, let’s see if it works wonders … Continue reading
After hearing about Disney’s new magazine FamilyFun Kids, I was actually a bit surprised that Disney had not yet put out a magazine that taps into the growing consumer demand for projects you can do at home yourself. Families I … Continue reading