Focusing on emotional intelligence, inclusion awareness and STEM learning, educational toy company Elly Lu is going digital with a new mobile game.

License Global

August 25, 2021

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Developed in partnership with Mega Cat Studios, “Elly Lu World” is designed to cultivate curiosity as the brand’s colorful characters guide kids through a world of STEM-focused gameplay mechanics. 

“We’ve promised Elly Lu fans an expanded world built on the Elly Lu principles of meaningful storytelling that nurtures children’s imagination to encourage learning through exploration,” says Trenton Millar, founding partner, Elly Lu. “This project is important to us and wouldn’t be possible without the passionate and dedicated team at Mega Cat Studios. We couldn’t be more excited to bring ‘Elly Lu World’ to the digital world.”  

“The colorful world that Elly Lu has created is going to pop off of the screen,” says Nate Flynn, creative director, Mega Cat Studios. “We have been working closely with the Elly Lu team for some time now, are excited to finally announce this amazing game and can’t wait to unveil more of the gameplay, characters and other details as development continues.” 

The Elly Lu toy company has based the “Elly Lu World” game on their original, award-winning book Ocean Keepers and is at Licensing Expo Virtual on the hunt for animation partners for the property. 


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