Toyze Signs Licensing Deal With Game Insight for 3D-Printable Toys

SACRAMENTO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- Dec 17, 2014 -- Toyze (pronounced toy-zee), the first "app store" for 3D-printed customizable game characters, announced today that it has signed a licensing agreement with global developer and publisher Game Insight for three of its mobile game properties, The Tribez, Dragon Eternity and Mirrors of Albion.

First out -- and in time for the holiday season -- will be the legendary cast of The Tribez. Players worldwide will have the ability to customize all seven tribesmen and women into 3D models, share their creations on social channels, and bring them to life as 3D-printable toys. Toyze's app is available worldwide at the App Store and on Google Play.

Casting the player as the new leader of a growing civilisation, The Tribez is one of Game Insight's most successful and popular titles with 24 million players and has consistently been ranked as a top 10 grossing game in over 100 countries. In the game, players must develop their settlement and its inhabitants by building new huts, farms and shops as well as guiding their villagers through the challenges of their everyday primal existence.

"Game Insight is one of the most successful players in the international mobile gaming industry and we are thrilled to give their fans the ability to bring their legendary characters to life as sharable 3D models and toys," said Toyze CEO Vilius Rinkunas. "Our customers have already created more than 500,000 3D models and we will continue announcing more game developer partnerships as well as characters in the coming weeks and months."

For players, Toyze offers two options to model and produce their very own toys. First, there is the free app for the easy 3D customization of their favorite game characters. At the swipe of a finger, Toyze's intuitive in-app 3D editor allows users to personalize the character in a beautiful 3D view, add accessories and attributes, play with poses and sizes -- and build their own collections. Once they have completed their model, users can share their creation via Facebook, Instagram and email with friends and family.

Players will also have the unique opportunity to "Toyze" their characters from The Tribez into 3D toys. Using Toyze's 3D editor, players can choose from a variety tribal characters including a worker, settler, magician, farmer, woodcutter and builder and accessorize them with items like a stick, hat, hammer, purse and lamp. Once the 3D model is complete, players can choose to purchase their very own customized toy, of various sizes and up to eight inches tall! Toyze uses the most advanced 3D printing technology to create the model and then ships it right to their front door.

About Game Insight
Game Insight is one of the world's largest and most successful mobile game companies. Its knowledge, experience, scale and technical excellence has made it a pioneer in creating hugely successful F2P games, and today Game Insight is one of the companies leading the industry's shift towards graphically rich 3D gaming: original titles like X-Mercs:Invasion, Tank Domination and Running Shadow combine console-quality graphics and gameplay with advanced and rewarding F2P mechanics.

Game Insight currently has over 250 million registered users worldwide playing its original, high quality free-to-play games for smartphones, tablets (iOS, Android and Windows), PC, web browsers, set-top boxes and social platforms including Facebook. Game Insight's portfolio includes award winning 2D casual games, category-leading strategy titles, and high-end 3D games aimed at core gamers.

Headquartered in Vilnius, Lithuania, encompasses 14 in-house development studios and over 900 staff, including hundreds of passionate game developers. Find out more about the Game Insight story at

About Toyze
Toyze Marketplace is the first "app store" for 3D printed customizable game characters. From in-app to in-hand, Toyze allows gamers worldwide to 3D model and print their favorite game characters. Toyze aims to democratize and stir up the toy market by offering game developers of all sizes the opportunity to extend their branded characters to custom merchandising. The company was founded in 2014 in Lithuania by Ilja Laurs, chairman of European VC firm Nextury Ventures and former founder and CEO of GetJar -- together with a team of technology professionals from Lithuania. Toyze's first partner, licensee and investor is Zeptolab, developers of the award-winning, hit franchise Cut the Rope®. For more information and assets, please visit, "Like" us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @Toyze and Instagram @Toyzeapp.

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