3D Bears coming to mobile device in March

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StormCellar, a publisher of entertaining children’s Apps for mobile devices and tablets, along with CrazyBird Studios, today announced plans to release 3D Bears, a children’s App that lets you dress up loveable bears and take them out on the dance floor for some silly fun. 3D Bears features simple and approachable gameplay specifically designed to maximize entertainment for young App users (even toddlers).

Step into the magical world of 3D Bears where the three friendliest furry characters, Cosmo, Ginger and Baby Cooper, dance their days away. From top hats to tutus, dress the bears head-to-toe in the perfect costume with more than 140 accessories and clothing options to choose from. Then send your new friends on stage to dance! Each bear specializes in a dance style: Cosmo Bear is a world-renowned tap dancer, Ginger Bear travels the world delighting adoring fans with her ballet moves and Baby Cooper Bear loves to be on stage busting out the most entertaining hip-hop routines. Help out your playful pals during their dance sessions by tapping the screen to start and stop at the right moments. Children of all ages will enjoy watching the 3D Bears dance, and will find themselves tapping their own toes along to the beat with their new friends.

3D Bears, which provides unmatched App animation and production quality, is the brainchild of some of the most creative and award-winning producers and artists in the children’s entertainment industry. Collectively, the Stormcellar team brings more than 50 years of experience to the table with the team having a hand in major projects such as Disney films Hercules and Mulan, feature films Stuart Little and Titanic, children’s TV series Special Agent Oso, Fatherhood, Hey Arnold, Little Mermaid and video games Star Wars: Demolition, Ready 2 Rumble 2 and NBA ’08.

3D Bears will be available on the App Store for iOS devices and on the Android Market and Amazon AppStore for Android devices, optimized for the Samsung Galaxy, the Motorola Xoom, and the Kindle Fire.

3D Bears, iOS

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