App Description

Mimi and Bibi are the twin stars of a new interactive iPad storybook that follows their hilarious adventures, starting with the school talent show.

“Mimi Good & Bibi Bad” is an interactive storybook for the iPad featuring twins Mimi and Bibi, two English youngsters who find themselves at an American school, and a host of other kooky characters. Watch, listen and read-along with the side-splitting story of the school talent show and rotate your iPad to see the story from a new character’s point of view.

You can choose to follow Mimi through the story, or rotate the iPad to see what scheme Bibi is cooking up. Mimi’s best friend Melani is another choice, or there’s long-suffering taco-loving teacher Mrs Quackenbush. Each narrative features plenty of laughs and comic escapades all within the walls of Mildred Pierce Elementary School.

This is the first app featuring our unique "Rotale" technology the rotating storytelling platform. Just twist to get a new angle on the story.

We'd love to hear from you if you have suggestions on how we can improve the app or even complaints. We take all feedback very seriously. To send us feedback now email: [email protected]


A Hoho Entertainment production in association with Oil Studios

App created and developed by Oil Studios

“The Twin’s Got Talent” written by Nick West

Animation and Character Design by Absolutely Cuckoo

Mimi, Bibi & Truck voiced by Morwenna Banks
Mrs. Quackenbush voiced by David Holt
Melani voiced by Micha Colombo

Recorded at Soho Studios

Theme song “Mimi Good & Bibi Bad” by Brighter Day Music Limited

Sound & Foley by Brighter Day Music Limited

iPad Screenshots

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App Changes

  • June 07, 2014 Initial release

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