iPad apps for kids
Beta versions have been tested…
Bugs have been eradicated (hopefully, every single one of those nasty little pests)…
The apps have been submitted to Apple for their blessing…
And now we wait…
In hopefully less than ten days, it’ll be launch time!
Here’s what the past 4+ months of hard work have resulted in:
Olive the Woolly Bugger (paid version)
This is the full meal deal which includes the entire 41-page story, complete with a narration mode (or read by yourself), interactive pop-up screens, animations, and the game, Chuckin’ Bugs. The app price will be a very modest $1.99 at the time of launch.
Olive the Woolly Bugger Lite (free version)
This is the scaled-down app that includes half of story (22 pages). It also includes a narration mode (or read by yourself), interactive pop-up screens, animations. The idea here is that people will download this app without a second thought, and get hooked on Olive. Naturally they’ll then proceed to the App Store and purchase the full version.
Chuckin’ Bugs 101
This game is a standalone app (included in the paid version of Olive) that will also be free to download. It’s a simple, 4-level game that will provide some challenges for younger players. Older kids may master it fairly quickly, but achieving a perfect score will take a bit of effort. The ‘101’ designation is indicative of plans for a more robust version of the game in the future. Chuckin’ Bugs 201 will have additional levels and a greater degree of difficulty, plus a lot more.
Thanks once again for your continued support, and stay tuned for the formal announcement within the coming days!
If you want to see some screen shots and more detailed info, please go HERE.