Carte Blanche has launched its first app today (Thursday, April 25th), taking its Blue Nose Friends property into the interactive landscape for the first time.
The free Tatty Puppy app will feature the mini-game Peanuts’ Biscuit Bake. This will allow children to roll dough and cut biscuits into the shape of Blue Nose Friends.
The extended version, Blue Nose Friends – Tatty Puppy app – will retail at £1.99 and will comprise of five additional games: Blossom’s Skip and Jump, Coco’s Beach Band, Passion’s Magical Garden, Cottonsocks’ Card Match and Blinky’s Hide ‘n’ Seek.
As they progress through each game, children will unlock puzzle pieces to reveal a secret story.
Catherine Lawrence, Tatty Teddy and My Blue Nose Friends brand manager, said: "The launch of the Blue Nose Friends – Tatty Puppy apps is an exciting move for us, and gives us a chance to engage with a new audience of tech-savvy kids, as well as offering our existing Blue Nose fns something exciting and fresh.
"Bringing our most recognised characters to life is key and the digital app allows us to do this beautifully, as well as enabling us to launch fabulous interactive products that work together with the app for an even more engaging play experience for kids."
Meanwhile, Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Rooftop Run app, released on Thursday, April 18th, has soared to the number one spot in the UK paid iPad app charts in its first week.
The global mobile app is also currently ranking as the number one paid iPad app in more than 40 international markets.
Released last week, the Turtles app is an endless runner ninja combat game, allowing players to fight their way through levels set in the rooftop landscape of New York.
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