A land of spaghetti mountains, ice cream ponds and broccoli forests could move beyond your child's fantasies and right to their bedroom wall. Using Kidlandia, kids and their parents can create personalized maps featuring their names, as well as those of their family, friends, pets, and favorite foods. Once the people and items have been input into the system, the site automatically populates the map with towns, characters, mountain ranges and more. Founded by a former Disney Interactive producer, the site is hands-on and allows users to move characters around the map and providies them with the opportunity to add in back stories. The creations can be stored and shared for free, but the printed versions – that could be the basis for many bedtime stories – start at $40.
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