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Fuel and DeNa Collaborate on World of Thingies

Mobile game outfit DeNA has recently teamed up with Fuel Entertainment in order to develop a new animated series based on their interactive property World of Thingies. The series is 2D animated and will consist of 11-minute episodes targeted towards boys aged 5 to 9.

The World of Thingies animated series will follow the adventures of the titular creatures as they go through their daily lives in a colorful, psychedelic universe called Landiland. Most episodes will focus on the themes of good vs. evil peppered with moral lessons and a healthy dose of comedy.

Fuel and DeNa Collaborate on World of Thingies

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