We’ve just discovered a fantastic Halloween offer – the makers of The Witch with No Name are offering 75% off for one day only on their 5* rated app for kids ages 4 to 10. We haven’t had a chance to try it out yet, but it’s worth giving it a go, especially on a rainy half term day like today. Available on iPhone, iPad and Android.
More details about The Witch with No Name app
The Witch with No Name In this original 3D tale, you will experience the curious adventure of a witch who lost her name. This morning, she received a helpful package : the latest “U-see-all” crystal ball. With the reader’s active participation and thanks to her domesticated bat advices, she’ll go on a quest to get her name back. Your child will be able to read and play around at the same time :
* Assemble jigsaw puzzle
* Go and tidy up the goblin’s room
* Pick up a nose hair from a giant
* Collect fireflies
* Create the magical potion
* And many other surprises !
“The Witch With No Name” will appeal to kids aged from 4 to 10
Pick up the difficulty level depending on your child age.
The little bat will help and guide you through the adventure.
Experience a unique use of the camera, microphone, compass and gyroscope, for the first time all used in a book.
Share a magic moment with your child, on tablet or smartphone.
A major surprise awaits you at the end of the book…
* 20 interactive pages in 3D
* 9 different games
* 2 levels of difficulty according to age
* Voices and text both in English and French
* 20 minutes to share and enjoy with the family
* 2 reading modes : “Read To Me” or “Read By Myself”
* 4 challenges to help unlock a « surprise » game
* Marvelously illustrated, with funny and colorful characters.
* Extended Reading with the discovery of numerous interactive elements
* Original scores for your listening pleasure
Bonus: download games, paper cut-outs and coloring pages from this website :
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