SLR launches ipad game for preschool show

23 January, 2013 by IF

press release SLR productions

 

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SLR Productions has launched its first iPad game for the internationally successful preschool brand, GUESS HOW MUCH I LOVE YOU – The Adventures of Little Nutbrown Hare. Available now in Australia and to be launched into other markets later this year, the ‘Guess How Much I Love You – Interactive Episodes’ iPad game application can be downloaded from http://ghmily.tv/ipad-app for $2.99 (AU).

 

Developed with the assistance of Screen Australia and Screen NSW, this new, colourful and interactive application from SLR Productions coincides with the launch of the television series website, http://www.ghmily.tv – a one-stop destination for young ones hosting fun activities and character information.

 

“This is the first foray into the creation of consumer digital content for SLR Productions. GUESS HOW MUCH I LOVE YOU – The Adventures of Little Nutbrown Hare has become an international brand success and we wanted to develop both an online destination as well as an innovative game experience for fans to immerse themselves into the world of the Nutbrown Hares. They have been created with both parent and child in mind with age appropriate and fun, engaging content” said Executive Producer and CEO of SLR Productions, Suzanne Ryan.

 

 The application has been developed for pre-schoolers aged 3 – 5 and suits all levels of iPad experience. It consists of two full length interactive episodes, integrated with fun games and simple puzzles to create an enhanced and engaging storytelling experience.

 

The preschool show from Australia’s SLR Productions, Germany’s KI.KA and Singapore’s Scrawl Studios is a 52 x 11 minute series and is the first time adaptation of the classic picture book, Guess How Much I Love You.

 

The ever patient Big Nutbrown Hare lovingly leads his son, Little Nutbrown Hare, on journeys of discovery about the joys that nature holds. Love is the major theme and each adventure in the series has a particular season as its backdrop.

 

The picture book, written by Sam McBratney, illustrated by Anita Jeram, is published by Walker Books and Candlewick Press, and has become an international publishing phenomenon, selling more than 28 million copies worldwide.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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