Rumpelstiltskin HD – A 3D Children’s Interactive Storybook [Kids Corner]
The classic Grimm Brothers’ fairy tale, Rumpelstiltskin, is now available on the iPhone and iPad as an interactive storybook. All scenes feature 360?o viewing and tapping on objects and characters will result in animations and dialog.
Silicon Beach Software invites you and your child to explore a new type of interactive children’s storybook. Created and rendered in 3D, all the scenes feature 360?o viewing. In Rumpelstiltskin HD, the classic Grimm Brothers’ fairy tale comes alive with narration, stirring cinematic music, and delightful animations. Tap on characters to hear what they have to say in each scene (but watch out, Rumpelstiltskin will give you a little attitude in one scene if you keep poking him).
Tap on objects to see more animations
All characters speak in every scene, adding to the story
Find gold coins in each scene
Turn narration on or off with one tap
Tap on torches to turn them on and off, changing the lighting
31 fun-filled pages
26 pieces of music
Developed in a 3D game engine
3D training room teaches how to use gestures with 3D scenes
Magnifier allows zoom in and zoom out, as does the pinch gesture
Universal: buy once, install on all your iOS devices
Rumpelstiltskin HD is available on the iPhone and iPad for $1.99.
[App Store link]
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