May 11, 2009 in Games (F)
[prMac.com] Munich, Germany - Independent iPhone developer Florian 'Utsi' Martin, has announced Zoolife 1.0 for iPhone and iPod Touch. With this game for young children, you can explore an illustrated zoo full of animals and listen to their sounds just by tapping on them. It's fun for all ages. Developed for the youngest iPhone users it takes full advantage of Apples easy to use iPhone interface and helps children to learn this new media and learn to relate real animal sounds to their picture. Parents will gain those couple of minutes they highly appreciate every day.
"My 8 months old daughter loves it," remarks one App Store reviewer, "although she's still not quite sure whether she wants to tap the items or rather eat the iPhone. She just can't get enough of hearing all the different animals."
"Good for small children who want to use daddies newest toy." comments another App Store reviewer "... Nice graphics and sounds. Very simple and good occupation for small children."
This first picture book style drawn iPhone app is illustrated by Lee Barlage, an well known illustrator and graphic artist from Munich, Germany. All animal sounds are from life animals.
iPhone and iPod touch running Software Update 2.0 or later
Pricing and Availability:
Zoolife 1.0 is available exclusively through the App Store and costs only $0.99 (USD). A free lite version, which will only include four animal sounds, will be available very soon.
Idea and programming by Florian "Utsi" Martin, independent developer for Mac OS X Software and iPhone Applications, and internationally well known digital colourist for feature films. Copyright 2009 Florian Martin. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.