Coats’n’Shorts for iOS: Educational Dress Up Game for Children Under Six

Moscow, Russian Federation – Brandymint today is pleased to announce Coats’n’Shorts for iOS, an update to its popular educational dress up game for children under six. Complete with interactive and colorful backgrounds, Coats’n’Shorts teaches children how to choose the right clothes for different seasons, occasions, and holidays. Users proceed through twelve levels by helping Anna mix and match tops, bottoms, and accessories to create the perfect outfit. Ideal for teaching young kids how to match, categorize, and choose clothing, Coats’n’Shorts rewards players with a unique prize upon the completion of each level.

Each level of Coats’n’Shorts features a different season, holiday, or occasion. For example, users can follow Anna as she goes to play outside in the snow, trick-or-treating on Halloween, and even exploring a space ship. Each level allows users to join Anna in her closet as she tries to find the best outfit for each situation. The game features a wide choice of stylish clothing and accessories, including: shirts, pants, skirts, dresses, shoes, hats, headbands, and tiaras. Coats’n’Shorts teaches users how to mix, match, and combine different pieces until they create the perfect outfit.

Beyond teaching users how to categorize, match, and choose clothes, Coats’n’Shorts also features a variety of interactive backgrounds. From backyard scenes in the crisp fall air to sunny seaside scenes, each background includes colorful and interactive graphics, such as jumping dogs, twinkling holiday lights, and fallings spiders. Each of these objects brings users deeper into Anna’s game world. Users can open the closet, feed the dog, light the lamp, and even knock down an icicle, making Coats’n’Shorts fun as well as educational.

Feature Highlights:
* Mix and match tops, bottoms, and accessories to create the ideal outfit for each season, occasion, or holiday
* User-friendly design, including carousel technique, ideal for children under the age of six
* Colorful and interactive backgrounds allow users to feed the dog, light the lamp, and open the closet, bringing them further into Anna’s world
* Twelve distinct levels, including winter holiday scenes, seaside backgrounds, and even space ship backgrounds
* Win a unique, colorful doll upon the completion of each level, allowing users to have fun as they learn

Coats’n’Shorts has a user-friendly interface ideal for children under the age of six. Its carousel design allows even the youngest of users to switch from one article of clothing to another. There is an arcade component, so users must solve the first level before they can proceed to the next. A colorful and seasonal doll is stored in a special room and awarded upon completion of each level. This prize makes a special sound when pressed, allowing kids to feel as if they are playing a game even as they are learning.

“Parents ourselves, we here at Brandymint are dedicated to creating high-quality educational apps for children,” stated Brandymint founder Daniil Pismenny. “Coats’n’Shorts’ user friendly design makes it fun for children and the interactive, colorful backgrounds give parents the opportunity to get involved in their children’s learning.”

Language Support:
* English, Chinese, French, German, Russian, and Spanish

Device Requirements:
* Compatible with iPad
* Requires iOS 5.1 or later
* 188 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Coats’n’Shorts 1.2 is $1.99 (USD) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category. Review copies are available on request.

Coats’n’Shorts 1.2
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Based in Moscow, Russia, Brandymint was founded by Daniil Pismenny in 2012. They are a young team of developers started up by two parents. They decided to make high quality applications for kids. Copyright (C) 2012 Brandymint. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.

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