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'Super Abby' Launches Interactive Tales

PlayTales announce interactive tales for tablets and smartphones featuring “Super Abby.”

The children’s superheroine Super Abby jumps to books world and launches her new interactive tales for tablets and smartphones. The collection launched by PlayTales begins with two of her amusing adventures where children will enjoy her achievements and learn her lessons. Super Abby vs Dental Destroyers and Super Abby vs the Enchanted Sweet Stall will teach children the importance of daily dental hygiene and having a healthy and balanced diet.

Super Abby’s interactive tales have fantastic animations, music and sound effects that play when using the intuitive touch screen device. Depending on kids reading level or preferences, they can play “Read by myself” or “Read to me” narration options. With this original and funny format, Super Abby young fans will enter in the fantastic world of reading and will be familiarize with new educational technologies. In addition, they can enjoy Super Abby book apps in English, Spanish, French, Portuguese and American Spanish and will also be launched the Chinese version very soon.

The Spanish animation companies Forma Animada and Pizzel Studios have developed this new interactive tales collection trusting in PlayTales’ experience, leading platform for mobile applications and multilingual app books for children. Super Abby’s tales are available on PlayTales catalog and other platforms like Google Play, Apple AppStore and Amazon.

These new interactive books appear as a consequence of the 3D animation TV series success, which is currently on air on channels such as Canal Sur Television (Spain), Canal Panda (Spain) or RTP (Portugal) and has achieved an average audience share of 26% among viewers aged 4 to 12 in The Netherlands (NPO-Zapp) and has attracted up to 33% of the 4 to 12-year old viewers in Belgium (VRT-Ketnet)

Animation production companies Forma Animada and Pizzel Studios are currently developing the first Super Abby’s TV movie to be aired next Christmas.

Source: PlayTales