Retoy takes games into the Internet of Things!!!

The smartphone and tablet game developers want a slice of that pie, but going from app to toymaker is a heck of a chasm to cross if you don't have the deep pockets of a major publisher. That's where New York City-area startup Retoy, technically a subsidiary of accelerator bMuse, comes in. Retoy has already helped Angry Birds developer Rovio sell physical toys and integrate them with their games. And at the DEMO Enterprise conference on April 3, Retoy is publicizing a private beta to let any developer offer their customers toys that work with their games.


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