Candystand Makes Mah Jongg Game for Toyota Venza.


Because that makes perfect sense, yeah? Tap those old marmies where they like it best: on their itchy little gambling fingers.

Better that they play under the warm glow of Internets and not in the garage -- which should really be housing a Toyota Venza, not a cheap green foldout poker table.

by Angela Natividad    Apr-16-09   Click to Comment   
Topic: Brands, Games, Online, Promotions   

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Comments hard to believe! I'm dying to see the demographics on the percentage of US Mah Jongg players interested in purchasing Japanese sub-compact cars. I assume these are cash buyers, as nobody playing that game in the park appears to be employed.

Posted by: fred on April 17, 2009 12:19 AM

I didn't realize that the venza was targeting moms, but if they are Mahjongg is the #1 casual game for moms (a huge casual game market) online. And, candystand is the biggest casual games site on the web. I didn't realize wrigleys didn't own it anymore, so it actually makes perfect sense that Toyota would fish where the fish are -- assuming their target is moms.

Then again, I always think of candystand as one of the teen gaming portals, so I am confused again. Probably a case of candystand taking the money and Toyota convincing themselves of audience composition

Posted by: Paxie on April 17, 2009 9:50 AM

its not mahjong.

Posted by: Dragon on April 17, 2009 12:39 PM

its not mahjong.

Posted by: Dragon on April 17, 2009 12:41 PM