San Francisco’s Curious Hat has recently launched a new app called Eye Paint Animals, which offers kids the chance to paint with the colors and textures of the real world. Started just last January, Curious Hat develops educational mobile apps for iOS and Android devices.
DreamWorks Animation has just partnered with mobile game publisher PikPok in order to launch the new DreamWorks Dash n Drop app for iOS and Android based devices. Dash n Drop is based on DreamWorks’ upcoming CG animated film Rise of the Guardians, which is slated to debut in theaters this Wednesday, November 21, 2012.
Fans of Madagascar who own iOS or Android-based devices are in for a treat, as DreamWorks has recently formed a new partnership with kids educational game company JumpStart (formerly known as Knowledge Adventure) in order to launch a new set of learning games for mobile devices.
During a live post-show streamed on Comedy Central’s official site yesterday, Futurama series creator Matt Groening has announced the launch of their latest Futurama “Head-in-a-jar Creator” app for the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, and Android mobile devices. The free app is designed to provide what its name promises, the ability to create a Head-in-a-Jar using […]
If you’re a tablet user who is into games, regardless of whether you’re using an iOS or Android device, chances are you’re familiar with French digital and social games publisher Gameloft, primarily because they’re responsible for a large number of quality mobile games that are graphically impressive and can go toe to toe with console […]
Italian animation studio Gruppo Alcuni has recently launched a new Pet App for Samsung’s Galaxy S III mobile phones via developer Melazeta. The app was made in support of the hit European animated movie Pet Pals: Marco Polo’s Code, and contains characters from said movie.
At this year’s E3 convention, Disney Mobile has finally revealed details to their upcoming Phineas and Ferb mobile game titled “Where’s My Perry?”, which is actually a spiritual successor to Disney’s extremely popular mobile game “Where’s My Water?” The game stars Phineas and Ferb;s crime fighting platypus puzzling his way through subterranean stages.
FUNimation is ready to make a mark on the mobile app market, with the release of their first ever Phunware-created mobile app, which is now available in the iTunes App Store (for iOS devices) and Google Play (for Android devices).