Moving Tales Releases This Too Shall Pass for iPad and iPhone

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[] Vancouver, Canada - Moving Tales, the producers of the innovative and best-selling 3D animated storybook app, 'The Pedlar Lady of Gushing Cross', released their third App in the Classic World Tales series, "This Too Shall Pass", for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. "Along with Pedlar Lady of Gushing Cross' and 'The Unwanted Guest', 'This Too Shall Pass' completes a trilogy of wisdom tales," said Moving Tales' founder Matthew Talbot-Kelly. "This new tale follows a kind-hearted King who has the blues. Depicting the King's delicate transformation, this poignant story is universal in its resonance."

Following up on their genre defining 'Pedlar Lady of Gushing Cross' and 'The Unwanted Guest' animated storytelling apps, 'This Too Shall Pass' is inspired from Persian, Buddhist and Jewish sources. Now listed as New & Noteworthy in the USA and Canada iTunes store, 'This Too Shall Pass' tells a tale of a noble but disenchanted King searching for some lasting truth.

'This Too Shall Pass', features film-caliber, sophisticated 3D animation and text, original music and evocative filmic sound effects. The App's dynamic typographic layouts can be animated using the device's accelerometer; the app incorporates randomly selected alternate perspectives to ensure no two viewings are alike; the app uses Cover Flow-like navigation and includes compelling, poetic voice-over narratives and text in English, Spanish and French. In addition, the user can record their own voice reading the story to be played back with the sound effects and music. This Too Shall Pass also ships with ability to freeze the accelerometer's effects on the text and includes direct access to the iTunes App store.

"Working with the same creative team as our other tales, we have created some memorable new characters to add to our repertoire. In addition to the usual features of our previous apps, we have included a couple of new functions." said Matthew Talbot-Kelly. "The three tales are interconnected in terms of content, style, location, and presentation. For example, amongst other things, this new tale reveals the origin of the bell tower that appears in the Pedlar Lady's dreams."

Classic World Tales Series:
Classic World Tales are a series of stories of transformation, truth, drama and humor. Using a state-of-the-art digital 'mash-up' of methods from the worlds of ebook publishing, graphic novels, film and interactive media, Moving Tales establishes a truly original and engaging new world of storytelling.

Coming Soon

The Crowded Caravan:
Next In The Classic World Tales Series -'The Crowded Caravan' is based on a traditional folktale, and relates the story of a man at his wits end due to his small house being unable to accommodate his family's needs. We've relocated our version to a trailer on the edge of town overlooking the sea, where the man journeys across the sea to seek council with the wise woman.

Nick Bantock/Moving Tales Collaboration:
We are pleased to announce that Moving Tales are collaborating with the bestselling authour/artist Nick Bantock, on an original interactive story puzzle title to be released this fall. Nick is well known for his 'Griffith & Sabine' trilogy, 'The Forgetting Room' and 'The Venetians Wife'. More to follow.

Device Requirements:
* Compatible with iPad
* Requires iOS 4.3 or later
* 213 MB

Pricing and Availability:
This Too Shall Pass 1.0 is $6.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Books category. See the trailer for This Too Shall Pass on the Moving Tales online.

Located in Vancouver, Canada, Moving Tales Inc. (TM) was established by President and Founder, Matthew Talbot-Kelly. Moving Tales Inc. makes quality animated Storybook apps for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. Moving Tales presents the Classic World Tales series - each story is an imaginative interpretation and adaptation inspired by age-old folk tales, archetypal yarns, and legends from around the world. These are age-old tales of transformation, truth, drama and humour. Copyright (C) 2011 Moving Tales Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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