Brooklyn, New York – Halloween season has officially arrived with the latest release from Scott Adelman and Laura Tallardy- “Halloween Kids Puzzles HD: Pirate, Vampire and Mummy Games for Toddlers, Boys and Girls” now available on iOS and Android. The app includes twelve puzzles that magically come to life when the child completes a puzzle, complete with applause and confetti pumpkins to pop into candy. The app for kids ages 1-6, and is child-safe with no data collection, third-party ads or links to social networks.
Count Dracula, Frankenstein, and their robot, mummy and pirate friends will delight children with animated trick-or-treating and a dance party as they progress through the game. Witches flying by full moons, black cats and friendly bats also make appearances, and no Halloween adventure is complete without a haunted house with ghosts. Illustrated by children’s book artist Laura Tallardy, the graphics are bright, colorful and appealing for young players. Best of all, there is nothing scary or spooky in the app so even toddlers can get into the Halloween spirit!
The jigsaw puzzles are adjustable in difficulty- the number of pieces and guides can be changed so the app can be used by children of all ages. Applause and interactive confetti create positive encouragement.
The app has been translated into English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, Korean, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Swedish, Dutch, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish, Russian, and Arabic so kids around the world can enjoy the game!
Parents will love the safe, seasonal environment- and kids will have hours of fun playing “Halloween Kids Puzzles”!
Pricing and Availability:
Halloween Kids Puzzles HD: Pirate, Vampire and Mummy Games for Toddlers, Boys and Girls 1.0 is available worldwide for $1.99 (USD) on the iOS, Google, Amazon and Nook markets. Both a free edition (includes four puzzles, $1.99 to unlock the complete game) and a paid edition (all twelve games) are available.
Scott Adelman and Laura Tallardy are both mobile app developers who teamed up in 2012 to create the award-winning Mermaid Princess Puzzles app, which received over 300,000 downloads and again in the spring of 2013 to create Fairy Ballerina Puzzles with over 100,000 downloads. This is their third collaboration. Scott programs and produces many wooden jigsaw and cutout puzzles for kids, and Laura is a children’s illustrator and programmer who also has a line of dress-up apps. Scott is from Portland, Oregon and Laura is from New York City. Copyright (C) 2012-2013 Scott Adelman and Laura Tallardy. 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.