Archive for the ‘mobile’ Category

Where’s My Water?

Friday, September 28th, 2012

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 and YouTube. And the great news is that the series is airing on Disney Channel too.


New iPhone App

Wednesday, December 21st, 2011

Beanie Ballz Bounce

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.


Kids and Apps

Friday, June 3rd, 2011

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.


Smokey Bear free apps

Thursday, June 2nd, 2011

Got an iPhone, iPad or an Android phone?  Now you can download a free Smokey Bear app that Animax built for the Ad Council.  Learn the proper way to build and put out a campfire, download wallpapers and connect with Smokey Bear across all his social media channels.  Animax continues to work on the social media marketing campaign — in a year that’s seen devastating wildfires, it’s been key to get Smokey’s wildfire prevention message  anyway possible, on Facebook, Twitter and even now via a mobile app.


iPad App for Kids

Thursday, May 26th, 2011

Almost forgot…  We’ve also been working on another top secret project — developing a new iPad app for a classic kids brand.  Will let you know when it launches so you can run out and download it.


140 Characters and CTIA

Monday, September 13th, 2010

Animax will be speaking at both the upcoming 140 Characters Conference in Los Angeles and at CTIA in San Francisco as part of the PGA New Media Council’s mobile sessions.  at the 140 LAX event we’ll be leading a session on deploying social media to further the goals of non-profits, with a particular focus on our work with Smokey Bear via Twitter and Facebook.  At CTIA, we’ll be moderating a panel focused on mobile animation.  Let us know if you’d like to meet up at either event.


Little Pim is a Celebrity

Monday, July 12th, 2010

Little Pim Word Bag iPhone app

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.


CTIA Animation & Games Panel

Wednesday, March 24th, 2010

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.


Little Pim iPhone App Launches

Sunday, January 10th, 2010
One of Animax Entertainment’s first iPhone apps launched: Little Pim’s Word Bag. Aimed at toddlers, this pacifier app aka pass-back app will get kids tapping on your iPhone or iTouch to a different language. Kids tap through different cartoon flash card images presented by Little Pim the panda in both Spanish and French.

The app was developed by Animax for Little Pim and is based on their award winning DVD series that was recently profiled by Wired’s Geek Dad blog.


Pass Back Apps

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2009

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.

We’re going to be launching the Little Pim iPhone app pretty soon – Animax will let you know when it’s ready.