Twas The Night Before Christmas
By Moving Tales inc
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Also available for the iPhone and iPod Touch, this is the classic American Christmas poem 3d animated like you have never seen it before, playful, funny and slightly irreverent. The app lets the user choose from one of three professionally recorded narrations, lets the user record their own voice reading the poem, includes film caliber music and sound effects, and numerous animated surprises, including an hilarious one minute intricately choreographed st-nick-delivering-gifts-in-a-home-dance-routine.
Twas The Night Before Christmas Features
- sophisticated 3D animation on every page of the book
- original music, voice over and sound effects
- option for the user to record their voice to be played with the provided sound effects and music
- the entire text of the original poem
- choose to hear and display the poem read in 3 different voices
- animate the text using the iPad’s, iPhone and iPod Touch accelerometer
- coverflow-like navigation
- page swipe or tap for page turning
- auto page turning option
- sound effects only sound option
- sophisticated and dynamic typographic layout
- PLEASE NOTE - the app is in ENGLISH ONLY - we do NOT provide a French or Spanish translation
See the trailer here:
What's New in Version 1.2
- iOS 6 compatibility improvements
- stability improvements
iOS 6 Update
There exists an issue with the Update Notification continually showing that an update is available for iOS 6 devices. This seems to be an issue for non-iOS 6 on your devices.
Please remediate this issue.
Art style is maddening to say the least
I own the Pedlar Lady… love it! Can't stand this book however. The art style used on the inside, the squiggly lines bouncing around the characters, makes the book very unpleasant (being nice here) to look at. I might enjoy the book if I were in an "altered state of mind" but since I don't do things to put me there, the book is unwatchable to me.
The illustrations do not follow the poem and if you have the auto page turner on, it will turn during the poem, cutting off that stanza.