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Lego Interactive (formerly Lego Media and later Lego Software) was the video game publishing division of The Lego Group. The company was founded as Lego Media in 1996 and headquartered in London, England. In February 1999, Lego Media announced their move into the girls' software industry, starting with Lego Friends. Eventually, The Lego Group opted out of the video game business and Lego Interactive was shut down. Former Lego Interactive staff opened Giant Interactive Entertainment, which later became part of TT Games.
- "EA and LEGO Interactive Ship Next Generation Videogame Based on Best-Selling LEGO Line: BIONICLE". The Free Library. October 20, 2003.
- "LEGO Media International Introduces Three New Software Titles". The Free Library. September 22, 1998.
- Slaton, Joyce (23 February 1998). "What Do Girls Want, Anyhow?". Wired.
- Wallis, Alistair (9 November 2006). "Playing Catch Up: Traveller's Tales' Jon Burton". Gamasutra.
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