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The Jim Henson Company Launches Chatter Zoo App


The Jim Henson Company has recently announced a new mobile app based on their hit preschool property, Chatter Zoo. The new Chatter Zoo app was made with the help of award-winning mobile dev Mindshapes, and will let young kids learn early language skills while interacting with four friendly and playful baby animals.

The Chatter Zoo property itself will premiere in digital form via iTunes for the iPhone and iPad starting on August 8, 2013, and will launch on the Amazon Kindle Fire in September. The Jim Henson Company plans to develop both the TV property and the ancillary products concurrently.

Disney Launches New Gravity Falls Mobile App


Disney/ABC Television Group’s Digital Media Team is launching a new mobile app based on Disney’s hit animated comedy property Gravity Falls, titled Gravity Falls Mystery Shack Attack, on the iOS platform (iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch). It is already available on the App Store for $1.99.

Gravity Falls Mystery Shack Attack is a tower defense strategy game, which has Li’l Gideon calling upon his minions from the great beyond in order to scare Dipper, Mable, and Great Uncle Stan until they move out of Gravity Falls. Players are tasked to help the trio by using strategically placed weaponized gadgets and various knick-knacks from the Mystery Shack in order to stop the invading creatures and other supernatural baddies.

New Creature Shop App Launched by Tippet


VFX company Tippett Studio has recently announced a new partnership with Pixelux Entertainment, in order to supply and license Hollywood-style original and creature animations for the Efexio special effects marketplace.

Efexio has also created a “Tippett Creature Shop,” which is exclusive to the Efexio marketplace. The Creature Shop will feature downloadable quality animations of various creatures, including penguins, robots, dinosaurs, fairies, dragons, and monsters.

The marketplace can be accessed through an app that has social media sharing features, where users can choose an effect created by Hollywood special effects artists and use it to create a fully rendered movie or photo.

The app is available for iOS devices, Mac and Windows PCs. The base Efexio app is free to download and comes with a free effect, while additional ones can be bought for prices that range from $0.99 to $1.99. Efexio plans to release a new free effect every month, so the app is worth a download even if you’re not sure you want to buy all the effects right away.

Vapssky Launches Freaky Flipsters on iOS Devices


Mobile developer Vapssky Technologies has recently launched a new line of Freaky Flipsters mobile games for iOS devices, which centers on the titular offbeat characters and their mysterious worlds, courtesy of artist David Sheldon. A third partner in the venture, Emmy-nominated SupperTime Entertainment will be handling the strategy and timing of the expansion of the franchise to other platforms and media, including animation, publishing, and merchandise licensing.

New Ben & Holly Magic School App Launched


This coming summer, Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom will be casting its spell via a brand new app called Magic School, which will be launched on the Apple app store courtesy of interactive kids’ app publisher, P2 Games.

The Ben & Holly Magic School App will be made available to download from the app store for for £2.99 and will support the iPad, iPad Mini, iPhone and iPod touch.Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom – Magic School is packed with more content than ever before and offers seven magically themed games inspired by the hit TV show.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Rooftop Run Becomes Top Paid iPad App

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Rooftop Run Becomes Top Paid iPad App

In its first week of release, Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Rooftop Run global mobile app managed to shoot to the number spot on the paid iPad app lists as well as the number-three spot on the paid iPhone app lists in the US. The app is also currently ranking in as the number one paid iPad app in more than 40 international markets.

Nickelodeon Launches Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Rooftop Run

Nickelodeon Launches Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Rooftop Run

Nickelodeon has recently launched a new mobile app based on their hit CG animated action series Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, titled Rooftop Run. This is the network’s first-ever mobile app that’s been made available worldwide, with the game being released in more than 150 countries all over the globe and translated in as many as 8 different languages.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Rooftop Run lets players join Leonardo, Raphael, Donatello, and Michaelangelo as they run, jump, and fight their way across the rooftops of New York in order to save the city from the invading forces of Kraang. The game is available for iOS-based devices (iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch) and will take full advantage of the devices’ 3D capabilities in order to provide graphics that are remarkably true to the CG animated series. The app is available via the app store and iTunes for $1.99.

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Adventure Time Gets New iOS Game: Rock Bandits


A brand-spanking new Adventure Time game will be hitting the iOS platform via the side-scrolling action platformer titled “Rock Bandits,” which fans can download on their iPhone or iPad for $1.99.

Rock Bandits features Pendleton Ward’s popular creations Finn and Jake going on a mission to Marceline the Vampire Queen…’s fans. The game will take players through 20 levels of action and excitement as they chase the Ice King and his band of malcontents across the Lan of Ooo, in order to reclaim Marceline’s kidnapped audience. Some of the stages that players will have to traverse include the Bad Lands, the Lumpy Space, the Dark Forest, and the Ice Kingdom.

NARR8 Launches Android Port of Their Comics, Novel, and Nonfiction Application App

NARR8 Launches Android Port of  Their Comics, Novel, and Nonfiction Application App

Digital entertainment publisher NARR8 has recently announced the launch of their NARR8 App on Android smartphones and tablets, via the Google Play store. The App is a port of their popular iPad app, which launched on the iOS app store last November 14th, 2012.

The NARR8 base app is completely free, and provides explosive and original multimedia series in the form of dynamic motion comics, with engaging and interactive offerings across a wide swathe of genres. The comics in the app serve as interactive works not unlike pop up books, with scenes coming to life with a tap of the touch screen, featuring special effects, lively animations, and full music soundtracks that perfectly bridge the gap between comic books and animation.

Nickelodeon Launches New Nick App for the iPad


Nickelodeon has recently announced the launch of a new Nick-branded app that allows kids to interact with Nickelodeon in new creative ways. The app is available for the iPad, and features a moveable tile layout that can be swiped in any direction, promoting discovery and exploration by offering kids instant and on demand access to more than 1,000 pieces of Nick-themed content, including original skits, sketch and comedy bits, behind the scenes photos and footage from Nick’s stars and animated characters, as well as kid polls and newly created games.

Full length episodes of Nickelodeon’s top rated shows will also be offered via subscriber authentication through participating TV providers. The base Nick App itself will be free of charge and is available from any US location with high speed internet connection.

Zuko Monsters Game Released on Apple’s App Store for FREE

Zuko Monsters Game Released on Apple's App Store for FREE

It’s been teased last year and scheduled to come out December 2012 – there’s been a delay, which is par for the course in the industry – but Zuko Monsters is finally available on the iTunes App Store, and it’s available for FREE. You can download the game to your device via the following link:

Technically, the fact that it’s free to play makes any review seem redundant, as the time you spend on reading could be better spent downloading the game and trying it out for yourself. But we suppose mentioning a few things is in order:

First, comparisons with the Pokemon franchise can’t be helped. But that’s not entirely a bad thing, as Pokemon became massively successful due to its quality – if Zuko Monsters managed to be as good, then all is well, and probably even better considering it’s free to play.

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