Onni&Ilona: Happy Shapes app (1-4 y.)

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Onni & Ilona: Happy Shapes is specifically designed for toddlers aged 1-4 years. Also works for babies together with parents.


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ABOUT THE APP AND TEAM

Onni & Ilona: Happy Shapes is aimed at kids aged 1-4. The app challenges children to construct characters from shapes and parts. Successful tries are rewarded with a variety of animations, sure to delight kids and parents alike. Much like its predecessor, Onni & Ilona: Happy Animals (2017), the new app brings to life familiar Onni & Ilona characters in fun ways.

Onni & Ilona: Happy Shapes features 12 lively characters that children are tasked to build. Three of them are free-of-charge, while the nine rest may be purchased with a single transaction within the app. The challenge for kids is to recognize and understand parts of a whole, then reconstruct them correctly. Successful tries are rewarded with a multitude of animations and audio performed by the characters.

True to the Onni & Ilona identity, visuals are made up of clear and high-contrast imagery. While primarily meant for toddlers, parents may also turn on a “baby mode”, which allows a simpler form of interaction.

Of the new app, Onni & Ilona founder and illustrator Leena Junnila said, “Seeing the success of our first app, and especially the incredibly positive and encouraging feedback we have received from around the world, we wanted to create something new for families. We chose to keep our focus on infant visual development and further direct it to shape and object recognition. In addition, we wanted to increase interactivity, serving a slightly older audience than the first app did. I think we succeeded, and I hope parents agree.”

Like the first one, the new app is developed by Pintxo Creative, a Helsinki-based kids app company, founded by Olli Hassinen and Ilari Niitamo. “The idea for the app came quite naturally. As my own children were quickly growing into toddlers, I wanted to create an app for a bit older kids”, Hassinen remembers.

The app also promises improvements on many fronts. “We greatly enhanced the technology and design involved. Interactions and animations run smoother, audio is more rounded and a greater emphasis was put on animation quality. We even tripled the amount of animations from 12 to 36”, explains Niitamo.

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Onni & Ilona: Happy Shapes is specifically designed for toddlers aged 1-4 years. Also works for babies together with parents.


Download on the App Store


- Website >>
- Trailer >>

ABOUT THE APP AND TEAM

Onni & Ilona: Happy Shapes is aimed at kids aged 1-4. The app challenges children to construct characters from shapes and parts. Successful tries are rewarded with a variety of animations, sure to delight kids and parents alike. Much like its predecessor, Onni & Ilona: Happy Animals (2017), the new app brings to life familiar Onni & Ilona characters in fun ways.

Onni & Ilona: Happy Shapes features 12 lively characters that children are tasked to build. Three of them are free-of-charge, while the nine rest may be purchased with a single transaction within the app. The challenge for kids is to recognize and understand parts of a whole, then reconstruct them correctly. Successful tries are rewarded with a multitude of animations and audio performed by the characters.

True to the Onni & Ilona identity, visuals are made up of clear and high-contrast imagery. While primarily meant for toddlers, parents may also turn on a “baby mode”, which allows a simpler form of interaction.

Of the new app, Onni & Ilona founder and illustrator Leena Junnila said, “Seeing the success of our first app, and especially the incredibly positive and encouraging feedback we have received from around the world, we wanted to create something new for families. We chose to keep our focus on infant visual development and further direct it to shape and object recognition. In addition, we wanted to increase interactivity, serving a slightly older audience than the first app did. I think we succeeded, and I hope parents agree.”

Like the first one, the new app is developed by Pintxo Creative, a Helsinki-based kids app company, founded by Olli Hassinen and Ilari Niitamo. “The idea for the app came quite naturally. As my own children were quickly growing into toddlers, I wanted to create an app for a bit older kids”, Hassinen remembers.

The app also promises improvements on many fronts. “We greatly enhanced the technology and design involved. Interactions and animations run smoother, audio is more rounded and a greater emphasis was put on animation quality. We even tripled the amount of animations from 12 to 36”, explains Niitamo.

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