Longlegs and the Pirate with No-Nose | interactive storybook app for kids
Check out the new multilingual storybook app with the ever so funny name: “Longlegs and the pirate with No-Nose”.
As you can see, the story is about a buccaneer’s adventure, where the stereotypical pirate get’s revealed with all his bad and naughty habbits.
The interactive storybook with 38 pages, belongs to one of the wide-ranging apps for kids. It’s interactions and animations are very funny and smart.
The story starts off with the Pirate No-nose and how he lost his nose and therefore got his name.
There is no need for sympathy for the mean and scary pirate, especially as he shows no sign of piece or good will.
His relenless behaviour doesn’t seem to come to an end.
He obviously enjoy’s every occassion, where he can be a real mischiefmaker.
The story continues with the pirate Rakam nicknamed “No-Nose” hijacking a galleon. He then kidnaps the son of a princess to feed the alligators.
This is the start of an almost fairytale-like story, which also partially takes place in the ocean.
After the kidnapping of the princess’s baby, she suicidally jumps into the deep ocean.
Instead of dying, she magically survives with the help of other marine animals.
During the whole of the story, kids get to meet a mermaid, a blowfish, a pig and many more exciting animals.
On the island Calabi-Yau are numerous ammounts of spiders, which kind of make the visiting of Longleg’s island quite appealing.
The whole story is quite gloomy and sinister but also very thrilling and captivating for kids.
It is definitively different to other storybook apps for kids. The animations are pretty awesome and beautiful in every way. The pictures are seperated in many planes, which make the picture interesting and work 2D and 3D. The animations are therefore independant from one another.
The story of Longlegs and the pirate with No-nose should appeal to boys who like pirates and a good pirate adventure, even if it has got a princess and a baby in it.
The multilingual possibilities are also praiseworthy and there is a wide range of languages available.
The app is translated in six different languages: Italian, English, French, Spanish, German, Japanese.
This storybook has definitely got a strong and piratey, thrilling touch to it. The animations are unique and very pretty and kids will love the interactivities. Kids even get the chance to look through an interactive telescope, which is a big highlight.
Top best apps for kids rating: 4 stars
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