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MINECRAFT TOYS


In fact, MCV’s annual valuation


of the games market last week found that Minecraft books alone are worth over £2.5m. Likewise, the toys sector saw


nearly four per cent growth to £80m thanks to toys based on the biggest video games brands, Minecraft included. Now, gamers can step into


any GAME branch on the High Street and be confronted by many of the products featured here as the retailer has introduced


dedicated Minecraft bays into its stores across the UK. But GAME shouldn’t be the


only games retailer doing so. If these figures prove anything it’s that gamers are buying licensed products for their favourite titles – and they want them sold right next to the games themselves. The Minecraft bubble isn’t likely


to burst anytime soon. That means now is the time for retailers to take note and introduce these ranges to their in-store offering.


MINECRAFT POSTERS


Minecraft fans can now dress their walls with an array of offi cially licensed posters. From art-noir pictures to in-game landscapes, there’s plenty of products on off er to suit almost any taste.


SRP: £6.99 Distributor: GB Eye Contact: 0114 276 7454


MINECRAFT TSHIRTS


These t-shirts come in a variety of diff erent designs that any die-hard Minecraft player will be sure to recognise.


SRP: £19.99 Distributor: Jinx Contact: www.jinx.com


www.mcvuk.com


FOAM SWORD & PICKAXE COMBO


Give the die-hard Minecraft fan their very own slice of the game with the offi cially licensed foam sword and pickaxe.


SRP: £26.99 Distributor: ThinkGeek Contact: www.thinkgeek.com


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MINECRAFT PAPERCRAFT KIT


Too grown-up for LEGO? Now, older Minecraft fans can dress their desk with paper-made characters and items.


SRP: £11.99 Distributor: Character Options Contact: 0161 633 9808


June 6th 2014


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