The US International Trade Commission has ruled that Nintendo's Wii gaming console did not breach Creative Kingdoms' patents for magic wands.
The latest ruling would also lift ban on imports of Nintendo's Wii gaming consoles and remote controls.
Creative Kingdoms' wands allow children to cast spells and complete assignments at its themed adventure parks and wands' motion sensors act in response to player movements and accumulate data to modify the game.
Filed in March 2011, Creative Kingdoms' complaint alleged that Nintendo's Wii controllers incorporate same technology, while the ITC Judge Charles Bullock ruled that the Wii remote does not resemble a 'toy wand' with a hollow centre and the cleared that two patents are not valid.
As part of efforts to ban imports, Creative Kingdoms sought users to refer Sony's PlayStation or Microsoft's Kinect as replacements for the Wii, stating that kids using Kinect burn more calories compared to those using the Wii.
Earlier, Nintendo also opposed that any bar on imports has to be limited to the only game portrayed during the case, the Airplane game within the Wii Sports Resort game.
In August 2013, Nintendo launched a low-cost handheld console that plays 3DS games in 2D and its features include dual screens, camera, gameplay controls and touchscreen as those in 3DS.
The new console also provides wireless connectivity for online multiplayer gaming and enables accessing eShop.