Roughly a week after its launch, Little Charmers: Sparkle Up has taken the No. 1 spot for downloaded iPad apps in the App Store on iTunes across the U.S. and Canada. The first app for the Little Charmers brand, Little Charmers: Sparkle Up is a free download for tablets and smartphones that will be available on Amazon and Google Play this month. So far, it has garnered more than 100,000 downloads in the U.S. and Canada.
The Jim Henson Company has launched a new app, Doozer Creek, based on the new animated preschool series from The Jim Henson Company and DHX Media. The release coincides with the show’s premiere on Hulu Kids this past April.
Available now from the App Store for iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch, Doozer Creek is designed for children 5 and under, but lets fans of all ages make their own Doozer Creek environment. The app includes seven play pieces free to try with additional playsets available for purchase. Each play set comes with a primary character, as well as a variety of buildings, vehicles, and objects.
Players can place characters, vehicles, buildings, and other elements from Doozer Creek onto a blank play mat where they are brought to life.
Razor USA LLC has launched the Razor Trickshare app, a free download designed for both iOS and Android. The app was created to allow kids to learn and share tricks and moves that are possible on a scooter. It is available for download at iTunes and at Google Play.
The Tricktionary part of the app includes images of scooter tricks such as the backflip or tailwhip, and allows fans to take a photograph of themselves doing the same trick and to create an online Team Razor Trick Card to share with friends.
Tommo Inc. has completed the acquisition of the Humongous Entertainment Brand and most of its assets. The acquisition was initially announced last summer, when Tommo acquired the Humongous Entertainment Brand and over 100 classic game IP’s from Atari Inc. during the Atari assets bankruptcy auction. Humongous Entertainment was originally formed in 1992 and has sold more than 15 million games over 20 years.
Consumers can turn their iPads into the 3-D coloring book of tomorrow with the striking new patent-pending 3-D coloring app that combines the latest in 3-D animation and augmented reality. TCKL Inc., has launched The Drip Drops: Color the World app, an interactive game designed to engage and entertain children between 2 and 6 years old. Based on The Drip Drops original digital pre-school property centered on art, color, reading, and creativity, the new app debuted at Consumer Electronics Show (CES) Showstoppers Media Preview on January 8. TCKL is also partnering with leading art and activity company Cra-Z-Art on The Drip Drops consumer products, which are expected to include a colorful roster of plush, art activities, and more. [Read more...]