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Wallaroo Licensing Company offers „The crazy frog“ for worldwide licensing!

Bochum/Germany June 14th, 2005

"The Crazy Frog" - also known as "The Annoying Thing" - is represented by Wallaroo Licensing for worldwide exclusive licensing for the electronic entertainment market. By that Wallaroo Licensing is the Crazy Frogs diving board into the interactive world of gaming.

This character has become a cultural phenomenon: Millions of mobile users worldwide, No.1 in the UK Single Charts as has beaten off competitors from two of the world's biggest bands to reach No.1 in the singles charts, a huge merchandising success and the story is just about to begin!

"This character definitely has the potential to become a striking success in the electronic entertainment market: After ruling the mobile world and becoming a pop star, (aka "The Annoying thing") the game world is the next logical step for this congenial hero.", says Stefan Heinemann, Licensing Director.

The character, created by swedish digital artist Erik Wernquist

(www.turboforce3d.com), is represented by Wallaroo Licensing

exclusively and worldwide and is ready for licensing now.

About Wallaroo Licensing:

Wallaroo Licensing is an innovative licensing agency representing unique characters, acting personalities, brands, trademarks, kids' properties and associated services with a straight focus on the convertibility for the electronic entertainment market.

Wallaroo Licensing is part of the IMC, InteractiveMediaConsulting network.

About IMC:

IMC, InteractiveMediaConsulting GmbH is Europe's first full service agency for interactive media, located in Cologne/Germany. With excellence in producing, marketing, PR and licensing IMC offers an effective unit working for developers and publishers worldwide.

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