Appy Chat & Giveaway
Developer: Kanjo Arts
We started in July 2012.
Our first release was on the 15th February 2013.
It took us six months, but we also built our own ‘Zing’ engine at the same time to make the app possible.
Our favorite feature is the underground berry builder where you can create your own adorable berry.
Our favorite page is just the forest that you can explore. With all the details and animals. A hidden treat is when walking in the main part of the forest you can even flip your iPad 180 degrees and watch all the layers of the forest spin round (you can see this at the end of our promotional video).
The skills we are hoping to develop are a general sense of exploration with the animated forest. Then creativity and motor skills with the Berry Builder and puzzles. The puzzles start very easy and get more complex. Pieces even need to be rotated at the later levels.
This app most suits 3-7 year olds.
Build and personalize your very own magical berry just the way you like – adding different hair styles, body parts and accessories – and use it to explore a forest filled with animals and activities. Can you find them all? Photograph your creation against the backdrop of your home, or anywhere else you can think of, or have fun playing the games and solving the puzzles. As you progress, extra parts are unlocked which allow you to build new – and crazier! – berry characters. The possibilities are endless!
Berry Forest is a simple and fun world made entirely of clay with lots to do and see, and provides hours of entertainment for children ages 4 and up. Available exclusively on iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.
Released: Feb 15, 2013
Requirements: Compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation) and iPad. Requires iOS 5.1 or later. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.
Website: Kanjo Arts
Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/kanjoarts
App: Berry Forest
Cost: on special 99c will be $2.99
We have a Rafflecopter giveaway until March 2, 2013