1st Armenian interactive fairy tale launches in Apple Store (video) (video)

1st Armenian interactive fairy tale launches in Apple Store (video)

PanARMENIAN.Net - First Armenian interactive fairy tale has launched in in Apple Store. Father and Son Gevorgyans picked Ghazaros Aghayan’s “Anahit” tale as the best option.

“The interactive version of “Alice in Wonderland” novel is quite popular abroad. Anahit’s fictional character first impressed me as a child. The tale carries an educational message,” computer programmer Vahram Gevorgyan told a PanARMENIAN.Net reporter, adding that it took them 5 months to bring the initiative into fruition.

“The interactive tale was submitted to Apple Store a month ago at USD 3.99. Though it was initially designed for iPads and mini iPads, it will soon be available also for Android operating system,” Mr. Gevorgyan said, adding that the project will further be enriched with new elements.

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