Do you play Disney’s hit mobile game Where’s My Water on your iPhone, iPad or Android device? Well, now there’s an animated series featuring Swampy called Disney Where’s My Water Presents: Swampy’s Underground Adventures. Animax is writing and animating the series that debuted online on Disney.com and YouTube. And the great news is that the series is airing on Disney Channel too.
Archive for the ‘mobile’ Category
Fun Nugget just launched Ty Inc’s first iPhone game. It’s called Beanie Ballz Bounce. Tilt your iPhone, iPad or iTouch back and forth to help the Beanie Ballz bounce past the Monstaz and collect Ty hearts along the way. The fun and family friendly mobile app is only 99 cents (a cheap Christmas gift) and features cute animals and monsters and easy access to buy the toys too.
KidScreen’s iKids conference yesterday was great. Lots of solid insight into the iPhone, iPad and Android market for apps with a particular focus on kids media. Met with reps from all the main digital ebook developers, game studios and even some brands. Got us going on some ideas for some of the apps we have in the works. More to come.
The Little Pim Word Bag iPhone app is still getting positive coverage from the press and blogs. Just today Celebrity Baby Scoop posted about it. Please note, Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie and Justin Bieber are not in the app but the last we checked, they are celebrities. Animax Entertainment developed the app but has nothing to do with those famous people.
Animax Entertainment is at CTIA Wireless 2010 today talking on a panel entitled: Producing Mobile Animation and Games. The panel is sponsored by the Animation and Gaming Committees of the Producers Guild of America’s New Media Council.
Through case studies, this session will walk you through the relationship between the technology and execution of mobile animation. Learn from industry leading publishers, game developers, and brand marketers. We’re going to be reviewing some of our past work and lessons learned along the way as a producers of mobile and web-enabled interactive entertainment content. There is another panel as well in the program and a mixer so let’s meet up today.
As seen in Geek Dad, The Boston Globe had a nice overview article of the market for mobile apps specifically made for toddlers. An interesting factoid is that 60% of the Top 25 apps in the iTunes store’s education category are target to the toddler set.