From ancient Greece, Basileo is taking over the entire world!
Now it’s also on the Irish iTunes Homepage (as well as in GB and Italy).
Since the new update, which allows children to draw their own stories, we have been receiving many drawings from Basileo’s little readers.
Here is the first one, from Marco from Padova (Italy), who drew a super-heroic Basileo!
Send us your drawings too: email@example.com
Before the release of the next adventure (remember that Basileo is indeed a saga), a surprising updated was added the current episode, Basileo and the Labyrinth.
Children become now the real protagonists of the story: in the dedicated section, they can invent their own new myths, draw them as they like or using the pre-set drawings of the characters, and save them in the album. Learning has never been so fun and active!
Download it here and HAVE FUN!
They are horrible creatures with the body of a bird and a woman’s face. They are known for their ungraceful flying and their strident voice. Their greatest fun is to steal the dead’s souls and bring them to the Underworld. This is why, if you would like such a pet, it would probably be better to choose a vulture.
He is Zeus (the Father of Gods)’s brother. He reigns over the oceans and all the creatures living in it, including buoys. He is very grouchy and goes around on a golden carriage pulled by white horses. Don’t ever ask him to join you on a boat though: he would feel seasick.
The top Italian newspaper has featured Basileo in its list of 10 top apps for kids. The app has been on the homepage of the website.
Check the article out here.
The review of Basileo by Geeks With Juniors.
The humorous story and comical characters in Basileo and the Labyrinth make for an enjoyable read. Basileo can be an obnoxious grump, but at the same time he is courageous and kind. The other characters are also likable in their own ways; for example, Basileo’s mother, who readily commends her son’s efforts even though he admits failure. Visually, the app has clean and modern illustrations that fit the story nicely. Clever interactive features provide extra appeal even for the reluctant reader. My favorite features is the flip-flap book which allows you to assemble unique hybrid creatures at the beginning of the story. I also like how you can make a rolled-up pita in the market scene by dragging the ingredients in the correct order.
Read the full article here.
One of the top-3 Italian newspapers featured Basileo in a list of secure apps for children.
Here you can see original piece.