Fixed issues starting the game for players running iOS 3.x
This fun Horrid Henry app is a collection of mini-games based on the Horrid Henry movie, where Horrid Henry fans can play the games that stars familiar characters from the movie and TV series! Now you can be horrid on your iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. How cool is that?!?
Features a selection of Horrid mini-games:
- In Dress Up you can create your own Horrid Henry scenes by dressing up the characters and placing them in front of one of a selection of backgrounds.
- In Flick the Bogey, Henry must throw a water balloon at Moody Margaret and burst it with his yo-yo to soak Margaret.
- In Go Giddiantus!, Henry chases Margaret through an environment full of traps and obstacles to jump over.
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Horrid Henry, based on characters created by author Francesca Simon, illustrated by Tony Ross and published by Orion Children's Books, is a major multi-media brand. Books are translated into 22 languages, and are available in 27 countries including the US, with sales exceeding 16 million books in the UK alone; Henry won the Galaxy Children’s Book of the Year Award in 2008. The three times BAFTA nominated TV series is the most popular series ever for CITV. 156 episodes are slated to complete production and transmission in the UK by Summer 2011, with sales in 15 countries internationally. A live stage show ran for more than 280 performances in London’s West End and across the UK from 2009 and the website www.horridhenry.me has attracted more than 6 million hits since its launch in October 2009. Three computer games have been released for the Nintendo platform; the first selling more than 100,000 units to date in the UK alone. Henry has also released his own music album, appeared live at Legoland, broadcast his own radio show, and featured in the recent, hugely popular, Marmite campaign.
Novel Entertainment specialises in the creation and development of successful children’s character brands across a wide array of media. Novel’s core programmes include Horrid Henry, Fimbles, The Roly Mo Show, Rockit’s Pocket and Ping & Pong. Founded in 2001 by Lucinda Whiteley and Mike Watts, the company has produced over 650 programmes for television and radio, as well as a number of stage shows based on the company’s leading characters. The company’s brand experience extends into licensing and merchandising, computer games, interactive online content, music and film.
Europress is a family video games publisher of more than 25 years standing. Publishing critically acclaimed software under the Art Attack, Spot the Dog, and Fun School brands, it has sold more than 2 million copies of software before falling under the stewardship of Koch Media after ownerships spells with Hasbro then Atari.
Now firmly positioned as a family publisher proud of its British roots it has set about developing and publishing products that are of the same quality as its long standing brand credentials.
Asylum is an award winning London-based game publisher and developer, established in 1993. Asylum specialises in children’s IP and has a deep understanding of the children’s games market. The company has released 32 titles to date on Sony, Nintendo and Microsoft home and portable consoles, Windows PC, Apple iOS, and PC web browsers.
- December 01, 2011 Price increase: $2.99 -> $4.99
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