“READER RABBIT: JUMPSMARTER” PREMIERES ON APPLE TV AS BELOVED 80S FRANCHISE RETURNS
Retro platformer encourages kids to explore and eat vegetables while developing fine motor abilities through hand-eye coordination
Stockholm, September 25th, 2018 – Games4Kids Sverige AB (G4K) is thrilled to announce a new addition to the Reader Rabbit series with Reader Rabbit: Jumpsmarter, available now on the Apple TV via the App Store and includes everything a great jump-and-run game needs:
- Pay once, play forever! No ads or in-app purchases.
- An exciting mix of playful levels and retro-styled visuals!
- Run, jump, and throw as you make giant leaps through gorgeous worlds!
- Encounter spiky hedgehogs, the Big Bad Wolf, guardian chestnuts, and more!
- Supports any (MFi) game controller licensed by Apple.
LINKS & DOWNLOADS
- App Store URL: https://apple.co/2xKqxbG
- Electronic press kit (EPK): http://bit.ly/2DCBsKL
- YouTube Gameplay video: https://youtu.be/3-6QyPdq7Uc
The enchanted lands are in trouble! The Big Bad Wolf has stolen all the carrots* and scattered them far and wide! Go on an amazing adventure through the happy forest, the big village, and the mushroom cave to help Reader Rabbit find them all so he and his friend Sam the Lion can enjoy a nutritious breakfast together!
*Gardening Know-How: A half-cup of carrots gives you four times the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) of vitamin A in the form of beta carotene. Growing your own carrots is easy, and a great way to take advantage of their nutritional benefits!
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