Latest learning app OUT NOW with promotional weekend pricing
Kuato Studios, an award-winning developer of games for learning, today announces the release of Dino Tales Jr, a fun, colourful world of dinosaurs, storytelling and puzzle play – perfect for young minds and curious kids.
Dino Tales Jr is the latest title in the ‘Tales’ series from Kuato, following Dino Tales and Safari Tales: both of these titles foster creativity and fuel imagination through engaging gameplay, and have reached Number 1 on the iTunes Apple App Store in over 190 charts worldwide. Over 1.4 million tales have been created by players across both games.
Dino Tales Jr nurtures early literacy skills by encouraging children to create their very own dinosaur tales. In a movie theatre, set in the heart of an erupting volcano, budding storytellers narrate their own stories over a series of cute clips of dino play. These mini movie masterpieces can then be shared and enjoyed with family and loved ones.
Younger players join four baby dinosaurs in exploring a wide Jurassic world packed with adventure, mini games, storytelling and puzzles, all through an intuitive touch and drag interface. Special features include an interactive ‘dino band’, where players can make their own melodies, and a ‘berry blaster’ where children explore their artistic side by personalising their dinos with bright colours and vivid patterns.
When the prehistoric playmates are all played out, they can settle down for story-time with Darwin, a friendly Darwinopterus, and follow along with the highlighted words as they listen to Darwin’s fun narration.
Dino Tales Jr is available exclusively on the App Store for supported iPad and iPhone devices from Thursday, April 28th, 2016 and throughout the opening weekend will be available at half-price. On Thursday, 5th May, 2016, the game will revert to its full price of $1.99 / £1.49.
DINO TALES JR has been made especially for young minds and designed for creative kids. Join in the adventure at KuatoStudios.com and follow @KuatoStudios on Twitter and Facebook for further information.