Skylander is coming to Bradford – and its a 9ft giant

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: STATUE: Pictured with Skylander are (from left) Sophie Loftus, Heather Johnson and Anna Ward from the museum STATUE: Pictured with Skylander are (from left) Sophie Loftus, Heather Johnson and Anna Ward from the museum

A 9ft Skylander statue has been assembled at the National Media Museum ahead of half-term family fun activities.

Fans of the game, where toys are brought to life via gaming consoles for immersive play, can take inspiration from their favourite characters to make their own craft and create animations, as well as play the latest Skylanders game – Skylanders SWAP Force – on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 consoles.

The National Media Museum, Bradford, has teamed up with Skylanders SWAP Force to create a week of family fun, from February 22 to March 2.

Learning events co-ordinator Elaine Richmond said: “We can’t wait to join in the fight to help save Skylands at the National Media Museum. It will be a week of unstoppable fun, and a chance for fans to learn more about the making of the game.”

For more information, visit nationalmediamuseum.org.uk.

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11:04am Sat 15 Feb 14

thatsnotmyname says...

This is great, if you have a children under 10, but the museum never cater for older children/teenages who are obviously also on holiday.
This is great, if you have a children under 10, but the museum never cater for older children/teenages who are obviously also on holiday. thatsnotmyname

2:02pm Sat 15 Feb 14

RollandSmoke says...

As all this really is is an advertisement for a game in a multi-million pound games industry is it safe to assume that this week long event is being funded by that industry? If so lets have more of these events although I've a sneeking suspicion that the term "teamed up with" implies that the museum are shouldering some of the costs.
As all this really is is an advertisement for a game in a multi-million pound games industry is it safe to assume that this week long event is being funded by that industry? If so lets have more of these events although I've a sneeking suspicion that the term "teamed up with" implies that the museum are shouldering some of the costs. RollandSmoke

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