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05-07-2011, 10:18 AM #1Scott's Submarine - A new kind of interactivity for kids - Universal app
This is my very first published app for kids and I put all my love in it Check out the photo mode, it's pretty cool.
All aboard Scott's submarine for an extraordinary journey under the sea! Embark with Scott, his cat Jazz and their friend Aiko and discover sea life wonders and the mysteries of the deep blue sea.
An original story written for digital devices, rich of interactive content, with wonderful artwork by Matt Roussel, internationally acclaimed 3D illustrator.
Two reading levels
The story offers two levels of reading: one using simple words, for very young children and a second one with a more advanced vocabulary and a longer text.
Fun yet educational - Photo mode
An exclusive functionality brings an educational note to the app: with a simple tap on the screen, you can take pictures of your favorite scenes, which will be stored in the photo album. If a marine animal is visible on a shot, you will get facts about this animal, with educative text and a live animal photo!
The story can be read to you by native speakers, but you can deactivate this option if you want to tell it yourself. You can also disable text display, ambient sounds and music.
4 built-in languages: English, French, Spanish and Japanese.
Search for objects and sea animals
Most pages contain ambient sounds, music and interactive content.
- 37 illustrated pages
- 17 sea animal facts with live animal photos
- 2 age ratings: 2-3 and 4+
- 4 languages
- only $2.99 (universal app)
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You can watch a preview video on YouTube.
Hope your kids will like it
05-07-2011, 11:20 AM #2
don't you think Invigorating. is a large word for the kids (im guessing 5-10) that this is for?Being an i can be a lot of pressure. you have to live right up to the small point.
05-07-2011, 11:26 AM #3
05-07-2011, 11:31 AM #4
I also agree, this is why there're two different levels of reading =)
The image on the left is for kids aged 2 to 3 years old, whereas the one on the right is for kids 4 years old and plus.
The text is displayed --and read-- according to the level set by the parent in the options.
05-07-2011, 11:43 AM #5
i may sound dumb but invigorate? lol
06-09-2011, 04:50 PM #6Price drop: $1.99
For a short period of time, you can buy Scott's Submarine, for $1.99 (regular price is $2.99).
App Store link: Connecting to the iTunes Store.
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