The first episode of Zachy the Robot, a new interactive educational children’s cartoon series, is now available at the iTunes App Store for the Apple iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. Zachy the Robot follows the adventures of a young robot named Zachy and his friends, the Repairbots, as they fix things in Robocity. By combining over ten minutes of full-screen animation, narrative story lines and interactivity, GenevaMars is taking a new approach to children’s educational entertainment.
Thandros Media today introduces Fun With Thandros 1.0 a new iPhone app that lets children of all ages play with their very own digital robot in four classic games. Kids meet Thandros, a happy, friendly robot who loves to go on adventures and isn’t afraid to undertake a quest or a challenge. With its colorful, hand-drawn graphics, cheerful music, and exciting sound effects, “Fun With Thandros” is sure to provide hours of entertainment for children of all ages.
Outfit7 Ltd. today released Talking Roby the Robot 1.0, their second free “talking” app for iOS. Roby is a talking, hip-hop dancing robot, who is able to speak words and sentences that the user types on his/her keyboard. He can also repeat anything the user says into the device with a unique robo voice. Talking Roby the Robot is different from other talking apps because it features text to speech in addition to speech detection. It features funny animations of Roby’s reactions, and more.
Washington based Urban Anomaly today released Invoice Robot 1.0, an iPad and iPhone application for creating and transmitting stylish, professional invoices in PDF format. Invoice Robot provides a simple calculation template that can also be used for proposals, quotations and receipts. Anyone waiting to get paid can close the loop on their financial transaction by sending invoices directly from their iOS device.
Impara GmbH today announces Parcours.robo 1.1, an update to their industrial robot obstacle course game for iOS, was ranked 83rd in iPad app sales, 23rd in games, and 1st in France! Player created stacks of 5 punch cards, which provide stepwise control of turning and movement, are executed each round. Robots must move around walls, negotiate conveyor belts, ride rotating floor discs, and avoid lasers and crushers to exit. On the iPhone the games is for 1 player; the iPad version allows 2 players