Planet-Friendly Toy Brand Player Launches Curious Kingdom Playset | New

LOS GATOS, Calif., Nov. 01, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Playper, a sustainability-focused toy company, today announced the launch of the Curious Kingdom playset, introducing an innovative new play experience that combines classic construction play and education, digital learning experiences for the first time with a plastic-free playset. Constructed with PlayperBoardTM, an eco-friendly, 100% plastic-free material that contains no toxic materials or dyes, the Curious Kingdom playset not only opens up a world of imaginative playtime with fun and engaging, but brings them to life through a magical AR experience. The corresponding free Curious Kingdom app, available on the App Store or Google Play, unlocks even more fun and excitement through fun games and learning activities, animated episodes with interactive stories, music and hidden surprises specific to the Curious Kingdom playset.

Kids 3 and up can build the Playper Curious Kingdom playset right out of the box, then enter a royal world led by colorful characters King Ketchup and Queen Alpha. Together they can embark on quests across the kingdom with lovable characters like Snuffles the Dragon, The Knight of Never-Ever, Ollie the Ogre and Princess Petunia. Once the build is complete, a child on their own or with the help of a parent or guardian can scan each piece on the free (and optional) Player app and watch them jump off your table on the screen. The Curious Kingdom playset is available for purchase exclusively through Player.comis priced at $39.99 and includes an enchanting 2-story castle, with working drawbridge, 7 fun and engaging characters, additional accessories to complete the magical scene, reusable storage box and sticker sheet magic enhanced by AR.

“The Playper brand and Curious Kingdom were born from the work of a team of children’s entertainment experts who share a passion for toys, storytelling and interactive learning. We also happen to be parents and know first-hand that balancing screen time can be a challenge, which inspired us to launch a product that blends imaginative play with technology and educational entertainment experiences,” shares CEO and co-founder Webb Knudsen.” Not only is the imaginative play aspect important to us, but we want to make sure that we also offer a meaningful, planet-friendly option for parents and gift givers as part of our “Plastic Free Under” holiday initiative. the tree “.”

Already earning industry accolades, Player was honored by leading business media fast company with a 2022 World Changing Ideas Award, recognizing small business and its efforts to positively impact the world through innovative, eco-friendly playsets. Durable toys and digital play are becoming more prevalent in playrooms and parents’ shopping carts everywhere, and Playper strives to lead the charge by combining the two elements to create the best kind of toy for the children. Playper products are made with paper-based material that is sourced from wood harvested using sustainable forestry practices and created using PlayperBoardTM, a unique, high-quality and durable paper-based material that does not contain any chemicals, plastics or toxic dye. But far more important than all of that, it really inspires kids to learn, tell their own stories, and grow.

For more information about the player and The Curious Kingdom, please visit Player offers simple tips via social media on how our fans and followers can be a little greener too. Get the latest updates by following Player on instagram, Youtube, Facebook and Twitter.


Playper is a driven company that puts its responsibility to the world first. Delivering a fantastic product that impresses, educates and ignites children’s creativity through toys that are better for the planet is at the heart of everything we do.

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