How Moshi Monsters ate the world

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How Moshi Monsters Ate The World

from The Independent

The popularity of Moshi Monsters is startling. The franchise was founded in east London in 2007 by Michael Acton Smith, chief executive of Mind Candy. Today, in 150 countries, more than 60 million children, mostly aged between seven and 12, log on to the Moshi Monsters website. They play games, chat with each other, solve puzzles and buy merchandise.

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