March of the Dinosaurs
iOS iPad Books
March of the Dinosaurs is an interactive storybook that comes alive in your hands with highly realistic 3D dinosaurs that spin and zoom at the touch of your fingers.
Another offering from Touch Press (publishers of The Elements and Solar System for iPad), March of the Dinosaurs takes the reader on a journey for survival, fraught with danger – blizzards, volcanic eruptions and deadly predators. Set in the Arctic 70 million years ago, Scar, a young Edmontosaurus, embarks on his first thousand-mile migration. It is a world of extremes: hot summers with 24-hour sunlight are replaced by freezing winters with continuous night.
Follow the story page by page, either reading at your own pace or with the text dynamically highlighted and spoken by Dr Who actor Kerry Shale. Use your iPad to meet the cast: 10 realistic 3D animated dinosaurs that can be rotated and zoomed, featuring scientific fact files about each of the creatures. High definition digital animation, specially produced by the team behind the National Geographic special ""Escape of the Dinosaurs"", brings alive dramatic key moments in the story.
“You can enjoy this adventure on your own terms, and approach it from any angle you want; entertainment or enlightenment, the outcome is always the same, and you will always come away feeling both uplifted and educated every time you dip in.”
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“March Of The Dinosaurs is a terrific app and comes highly recommended for young and old alike.”
• Beautiful animated home screen
• Over 65 richly illustrated story pages arranged into 12 chapters
• Optional narration by Kerry Shale
• Optional rich sound effects
• Research notes and scientific data from Wolfram|Alpha®
Based on the 90-minute TV Special ""Escape of the Dinosaurs"" produced in partnership with National Geographic Channel and members of the team that worked on the BBC's ""Walking With Dinosaurs"".
March of the Dinosaurs is also available, separately, in the following languages:
• French (La Marche des Dinosaures)
• German (Der March der Dinosaurier)
• Japanese (恐竜の行進)
• Korean (공룡의 행진)
Minor bug fixes and improvements