Toys For Bob is an American video game developer founded in Novato, California in 1989 by Paul Reiche III ,Fred Ford and Terry Falls. The name Toys For Bob was invented by Laurie Lessen-Reiche; it was chosen to stimulate curiosity and allude to Paul and Fred's appreciation of real toys.

In 2007, Toys For Bob was originally approached by Activision to develop a Spyro title under the name of Spyro's Kingdom. It was later succeeded by the Skylanders franchise, which the developer have been working on starting since 2011 with Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure and with their latest 2016 addition Skylanders: Imaginators releasing in 2016 featuring Crash Bandicoot as a playable character.

On April 5, 2018, it was announced that Toys For Bob will be developing Spyro Reignited Trilogy. It was released on November 13th in the same year.

Spyro-related Games developed

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