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Apolline & Leon


☆ Adobe MAX Awards 2011 : Honorable Mention in the Entertainment category ☆
☆ FWA : Mobile of the day 1st august 2011 ☆
☆ Parent's Choice Awards : Mobile App - Silver Honor ☆

A delightful interactive story.

Share the extraordinary adventures of Apolline and Léon set in the Tuileries Gardens in Paris.

Apolline and Léon are curious, brave and endearing.
In the first episode, The Witch of the Tuileries, the two children are intrigued by an old woman who looks like a witch.
They decide to secretly follow her...

"Apolline and Léon":
- is a captivating and fun story
- is narrated by professional actors
- is superbly illustrated by "Marion Piffaretti"
- has lots of interactions on every page: the reader can shake clouds,
throw balls, play music, look through key holes, switch on and off the lights ...
- has enchanting music and sound effects
- has a simple interface suitable for young children between 3 and 8
- is 10 minutes of wonder to share with your children

The application is available in 9 languages:
English, French, Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese, German, Spanish, Italian and Russian

This book is part of the "Apolline and Léon" collection
In the next episode, the children will be faced with a new mystery to solve at Deauville beach.

Videos, photos and information:
http://www.apollineleon.com

Application published by "Avant-Goût Studios"

Information: the application requires "Adobe Air" 2.6

Recent changes:
Bug fix for sounds (Adobe Air 2.7)
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About Apolline & Leon
☆ Adobe MAX Awards 2011 : Honorable Mention in the Entertainment category ☆
☆ FWA : Mobile of the day 1st august 2011 ☆
☆ Parent's Choice Awards : Mobile App - Silver Honor ☆

A delightful interactive story.

Share the extraordinary adventures of Apolline and Léon set in the Tuileries Gardens in Paris.

Apolline and Léon are curious, brave and endearing.
In the first episode, The Witch of the Tuileries, the two children are intrigued by an old woman who looks like a witch.
They decide to secretly follow her...

"Apolline and Léon":
- is a captivating and fun story
- is narrated by professional actors
- is superbly illustrated by "Marion Piffaretti"
- has lots of interactions on every page: the reader can shake clouds,
throw balls, play music, look through key holes, switch on and off the lights ...
- has enchanting music and sound effects
- has a simple interface suitable for young children between 3 and 8
- is 10 minutes of wonder to share with your children

The application is available in 9 languages:
English, French, Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese, German, Spanish, Italian and Russian

This book is part of the "Apolline and Léon" collection
In the next episode, the children will be faced with a new mystery to solve at Deauville beach.

Videos, photos and information:
http://www.apollineleon.com

Application published by "Avant-Goût Studios"

Information: the application requires "Adobe Air" 2.6

Recent changes:
Bug fix for sounds (Adobe Air 2.7)

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A Google User
Apr 1, 2014
Great on Transformer Very cute story with lots of interaction for kids. My son loves controlling the traffic signal and letting the frogs and spiders out of the box. Please release some more stories!
A Google User
May 10, 2013
Excellent My two years old son just love it. We watch and play and repeat in different languages
A Google User
Mar 22, 2013
I adore this story My daughter and i both love this app- more.please!
A Google User
Mar 22, 2013
I adore this story My daughter and i both love this app- more.please!
A Google User
Jan 22, 2013
Wonderful! My children (3 & 5) love this delighful story and exploring the little surprises on every page.