Teach young children the concept of size in a fun and playful way? You can with ‘For Miss Huge’, a new children’s app to be launched in April 2014 by Dutch publisher Appracadabra.
Intuitive navigation for playful learning
By simply tapping the screen, your child helps Mister Mosquito, Snail, Chicken and their friends to bring a gigantic ‘something’ to the mysterious Miss Huge.
Every time your child helps Mister Mosquito, he is rewarded with a funny sound or event, like a swinging spider or a roaring lion. This will encourage your child to move on and find out that size is relative.
With ‘Miss Huge’ children playfully learn the idea of big versus small. The intuitive navigation and the clever storyline makes this app perfect for young children - and for parents who want to to educate their child in a fun way.
Spoken and written in 14 languages
‘Miss Huge’ is created by Swiss illustrator Uwe Stettler and is spoken and written in Arabic, Dutch, English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese, Slovakian, Spanish, Swedish, and Swiss German.
This children’s app is suitable for iPad and will be available on the iTunes App Store from April 17, 2014 for USD 1.99 / €1,79.
Appracadabra is a children’s app publisher specialised in beautiful, usable and honest apps with a handmade feel.
Appracadabra is a Dutch company, founded by Marlis Zimmermann, Xander Wiersma, Jochem Paarlberg and Diana van Ewijk in 2011. Together with an international network of illustrators and programmers Appracadabra publishes outstanding children’s apps for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, most of them in over 10 different languages.
Appracadabra launched its first app 'Count the Animals!' in september 2011.