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“It really has never been done before: builders, trains, postmen, firemen, lawnmower men, but no one has tackled the wacky looking vehicles that operate in an airport."

Zodiak Kids enters production deal with Airside Andy

Zodiak Kids Studios has signed a deal to develop and produce the new property Airside Andy.

Airside Andy, which follows a team of ground-based airport vehicles, is already live as a digital property with gaming pods in Newcastle and Manchester airports, and will be launching in Swissport Aspire lounges and others later this year.

Each pod comes with two or four interactive tablets, which are child-proof and feature the Airside Andy game and others.

Jean-Philippe Randisi, CEO of Zodiak Kids, said: “We are delighted to be partnering with Airside Andy. With over three billion air passengers visiting airports every year, airports are to our times what train stations were to the 20th century.

“There’s no greater time for pre-schoolers worldwide to have fun watching and exploring them.”

In addition, Airside Andy has also launched the Airside Andy Massively Multiplayer Online Game, which has been developed by Flying Squirrels and Technicolour.

Peter Le Masurier, from Airside Andy, added: “It really has never been done before: builders, trains, postmen, firemen, lawnmower men, but no one has tackled the wacky looking vehicles that operate in an airport.

“And there is no better team than Zodiak Kids Studios to bring this brand to life on the screen. This property has a global appeal that will resonate with kids everywhere.“

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