Kuato Studios has launched a new interactive story app featuring beloved characters from Beauty and the Beast and Frozen. Disney Story Realms brings magical worlds to life for children to explore through story, games, activities and more.
- Kuato Studios has announced the launch of Disney Story Realms, a free-to-download mobile storytelling app.
- Disney Story Realms features beloved characters, worlds and activities, based on Disney’s Beauty and the Beast and Frozen.
- Additional realms are set to release later this year, themed to Disney’s Ralph Breaks the Internet and Disney•Pixar properties.
- The app’s unique story-driven experiences aim to inspire early learning development through mini-games, based on character and world choice.
- Kids can explore enchanting worlds, where they will discover fun and rewarding activities.
- From puzzles to dress up, word games and more, each interactive activity will earn them a page to an unlockable story.
- Disney Story Realms is available now as a free download (with in-app purchase options) on the App Store and Google Play Store.
What they’re saying:
- Mark Horneff, CEO of Kuato Studios: “We are thrilled to collaborate with Disney Publishing Worldwide on Disney Story Realms. Team Kuato worked closely with Disney to create fantastic interactive worlds that are brimming with iconic characters and narrative experiences that inspire learning development in fun, engaging and immersive ways.”
About Kuato Studios:
- Kuato Studios is also the developer of the ‘TalesMaker Engine’ – an innovative and unique technology platform that takes real-time gameplay experiences and transforms them into stories.
- To date, players have created more than three million stories, asked 2.7 million questions and customised 270,000 Tales.
- Kuato Studios has established partnerships with brands such as ITV Studios Global Entertainment (Thunderbirds, Robozuna), Hachette (The Famous Five), Moose Toys (Shopkins Happy Places), and DreamWorks Animation (Noddy Toyland Detective).
- The studio is also in the process of developing a patent-pending VR innovation allowing parents and children to experience VR safely together.