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Compedia And Lazytown Team Up To Develop Two Interactive Games

August 18, 2008

COMPEDIA AND LAZYTOWN TEAM UP TO DEVELOP TWO INTERACTIVE GAMES

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Compedia, an industry leader in the international edutainment games market, today announces its partnership with LazyTown, a leading entertainment media company. Through the deal, Compedia will develop and launch worldwide two new educational based LazyTown CD-ROM.

Created originally as a book property, LazyTown has since been nurtured into a household name worldwide, with business including publishing, home entertainment, music, live theatrical shows and a radio station. LazyTown, the television series, is aired in 118 territories worldwide including Nick Jr., YTV, CBeebies, RTP2, ABC1, Super RTL, and Televisa.

LazyTown is the only global brand in the world dedicated to children’s health. The LazyTown CD-ROMs, aimed at children aged 4-8 years, features interactive games designed to engage, entertain and motivate kids to make healthier choices in their everyday lives.

Each game features high quality graphics and is packed with engaging activities, charming songs, and rewards that will challenge and motivate children, making the learning experience great fun.

Guomundur Magnason, Managing Director, LazyTown Entertainment, said, "It is important to LazyTown’s brand building that we work strategically to work with the best team of partners, for what we believe is the only brand that is fully dedicated to kids' health. We are therefore delighted to announce our partnership with Compedia, and are very confident that we have found the best possible partner for the LazyTown lifestyle brand."

Shai Newman, Executive Director, Compedia commented: “We are very excited to launch new LazyTown® games on CD-Rom. These titles will allow many kids to enjoy the fun of Learning. Compedia is delighted to partner with LazyTown Entertainment to bring quality family-friendly games to the market”

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