The Jim Henson Company, N-Fusion Interactive Develop Pajanimals App
The Jim Henson Company recently teamed up with video game developer N-Fusion Interactive Entertainment in order to develop and release an interactive app based on The Pajanimals for iOS based devices (such as the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch).
As the title implies, the app is based on The Jim Henson Company’s preschool show The Pajanimals, whic is currently airing in the US via Sprout and the Sprout programmed new Saturday morning NBC Kids block.
The Pajanimals App is basically an interactive adaptation of the episode Light in the Sky, in which kids are allowed to join in on the fun with their favorite Pajanimals characters, joining them in various activities and games inspired by the theme of the episode. The 3D app also features multimedia content such as music and animation.
The Pajanimals TV series is co-produced in Northern Ireland by Sprout, The Jim Henson Company, and Northern Ireland’s own Sixteen South Television. The series is also a beneficiary of the Northern Ireland Screen funding assistance.
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