April 23, 2013 in Education (E)
[prMac.com] Toronto, Canada - Popcorn Grenade announces the upcoming release of Count Dracu and Friends for iOS. This early-learning app for children features friendly vampires, farting werewolves, and more. Players join Count Dracu and his lovable, culturally diverse, ghoulish friends on an interactive journey while learning all about opposites, like tall and short, fat and thin, and the unique characteristics that make people who they are.
Every page contains cute sound effects, fun animations, and enchanting music that comes to life with the simple touch of a finger. With the easy to understand navigation, your child will enjoy moving characters & props around, and giggle with delight to the off-beat humor that these fun-loving characters bring.
This app is made in Toronto, Canada, and so most of the characters in the app represent the diverse multicultural community that Canada is well-known for. Count Dracu is a friendly vampire from Downtown Toronto, and enjoys eating spaghetti and meatball. Frankie Frankenstein (pronounced 'Frankensteen'), comes from a well-respected Jewish family who lives out in Forest Hill. There's Howie Hallowich, the Ukrainian werewolf from Roncesville; and Raggy Nader the fun-loving and always ready-to-party mummy, who's parents immigrated from Egypt.
Count Dracu and Friends is the first in the series of early-learning apps from Popcorn Grenade, and with your support they hope to release more apps like these down the road. For more information, visit Count Dracu online and join the Count Dracu fanclub on Facebook.
Count Dracu and Friends is scheduled to be released in early May 2013 for iPad, iPhone, and Android.
The app is created by a small, indie studio out in Toronto, Canada called Popcorn Grenade. They specialize in creating early-learning apps for toddlers and infants. The founders of Popcorn Grenade are Denny Kurien & Mary Paul, a husband and wife team who are also proud parents of well-adjusted 2 year old boy, who is responsible for the beta-testing and quality control of the apps. For more info, visit Popcorn Grenade online. Copyright (C) 2013 Popcorn Grenade. 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.