In “Cowboys & Aliens: The Kids,” three children – a Western cowboy, a Native American, and a space alien – meet and become friends while playing with their toys.
The App Book features a breadth of voice narration, painting functionality, sharing and customization of characters using photos from one’s photo library, plus social sharing via Facebook, Twitter and e-mail.
Orbit Media Group, a boutique consulting firm, has announced a partnership with global charity Starlight Children’s Foundation, whereby Orbit will make a donation from each sale of Orbit’s new interactive children’s storybook App “Cowboys & Aliens: The Kids” to the Starlight Foundation.
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The partnership comes in the wake of entertainment company Platinum Studios licensing the original story from Platinum CEO Scott Mitchell Rosenberg, who created the New York Times best-selling graphic novel and recently released blockbuster movie, Cowboys & Aliens, for Orbit to create an interactive storybook application for all Apple iOS and select Android OS devices.
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Orbit has partnered with Julia Delany and Kimon Taliadoros from Australian company Hub4Content on the marketing of the App Book.
“Cowboys & Aliens: The Kids” retails for $4.99 and is currently available in the Apple App Store. The Android version will follow later in August. It was announced today, August 3.