Where Will I Go? is an interactive children's storybook app about the joys of travel and adventure. Narrated by world famous actor Brian Blessed, it takes a colourful (and educational) l look at the many exciting corners of the globe and asks, 'Where do you want to go?'.
The story follows a dad and his child (you choose the gender of the child) as they wander around a museum's international exhibit and daydream of the adventures the child may get up when older. It ignites a sense of adventure in the reader and introduces them to the joys of travel, while celebrating the special bond that exists between a father and his child.
Where Will I Go? is the sequel to the popular What Will I Be? app, which received multiple awards and glowing reviews, such as this one from Famigo.com: 'We thought the app was perfect'.
Full of interactivity to bring the story to life, there's a find-the-dog dog game throughout the story (find every dog to unlock a bonus memory game), as well as plenty of animations and interactions.
All that's required to enjoy this app is the spirit of adventure and a big imagination. So let's get going shall we?
-24 pages of rhyming, age-appropriate text.
-Simple interface for young children’s ease of use.
-Interactivity on almost every page – things to move and noises to make.
-Original music, SFX and narration by Brian Blessed throughout.
-Optimised for retina display.
-Surprising animations that will delight young readers.
-Find the Westie dog hidden in the story to unlock a bonus game!
-Lots of humour that everyone will enjoy – mums and dads included.
THINGS TO TRY
-Tap on London's famous Gherkin building and see it rocket off into space!
-Touch the disco ball and watch the giraffes dance!
-Make the Mexican jumping beans whizz off the page with your fingers.
-Touch the crocodile and make it bite (careful, mind your fingers!)
-Make the dinosaur bite (it's alive!).
-Make the bulls stampede through the streets of Pamplona!
-Tickle King Kong as he perches atop the Empire State Building.
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Ratings and Reviews
This app had a few major issues. To start, it crashed a few times. It would not turn to the next page and would go completely blank. The only way to get through was to reboot my machine. The other major issue that I had was that the pictures and the words were very stereotypical and biased. It was if the author was trying to match the rhyming words to the culture that they were writing about it, for example in the United States it had two pictures of American Indians that were indicative of a time past. Many people would find these cultural references as being very offensive. Another example was on the page about India, the words used to describe the country were holy and people with big smiles.All in all this book is perpetuating a lot of incorrect and biased information. If we are teaching young children about the world, we should be prepared to give them a more responsible view.
- Richard Stanton
- 357.9 MB
- Requires iOS 5.1.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Digital Leaf Limited United Kingdom 2015
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.