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The WotWots launch educational game app in China
[Wed 31/10/2012 10:31:29]
Press release from Adele Feletto Publicity
The WotWots will soon have a free* educational game app “Love to Learn with The WotWots” in the Chinese market that will be available on Tencent, China Telecom, 91 helper and other promotional platforms and channels.
Created by The WotWots’ Chinese partner, Grand Entertainment Ltd (GZ), the game app launches the first of a series of educational games that will provide age appropriate learning for pre-school children.
In keeping with the core fundamentals of the brand, this innovative game app encourages children to be creative story tellers using various environments and animal characters, reinforcing the importance of caring for the world we live in.
“There is a strong demand for The WotWots in China and the creation of this learning-based game app is aligned with the feed-back we are receiving from our fans and their parents who want to interact regularly with the brand. China is an important region for The WotWots and the release of this game app is an extension of our solid relationship with Grand Entertainment Ltd (GZ)” said Andrew Smith, Chief Executive, Pukeko Pictures.
“The WotWots has done a great job in encouraging preschool children to explore and understand the world we live in which is of high educational value in China. Development and release of this game app will strengthen and intensify the value of the brand and its fundamental principles in the region. We hope that through this intensive collaboration with Pukeko Pictures we can continue to develop more educational games suitable for preschool children in China and enable them to learn with fun”, said Tang Yuzhi, Chief Executive of Grand Entertainment Ltd (GZ).
The release of this app strengthens the growth of The WotWots in the market and follows an exclusive agreement deal with the Animation School of the Beijing Film Academy and Grand Entertainment Ltd (GZ) to establish the “International Animation Technology Joint Research Centre” to actively promote the development of animated projects and open up the expanding international, Chinese and film and television markets.
Formed to promote film and television cultural exchange between China and New Zealand, and develop animation technology in the synergy of enterprise, academia and institutional research, the deal between the three parties will also provide a platform for collaboration in the film and television fields between Chinese entities and international enterprises.
The first collaboration project between Pukeko Pictures, the Animation School of the Beijing Film Academy and Grand Entertainment Ltd. (GZ) consists of planned co-productions on the internationally successful animation series, The WotWots, created by Pukeko Pictures at the world-famous Weta Workshop. These plans include special co-produced The WotWots TV episodes that will be unique to the Chinese home market.
The WotWots is an enchanting pre-school series that follows the adventures of two adorable siblings from outer space, SpottyWot and DottyWot. This delightful pair of enquiring minds have come to Earth to explore and to marvel at the extraordinary diversity of life on the blue planet. The show celebrates this joy of discovery and demonstrates the positive values that are the building blocks of a true and enduring friendship.
Season one of the internationally successful television series sees SpottyWot and DottyWot come to explore planet earth in their steam-powered spaceship and arrive in the middle of a zoo. In season two, the alien siblings land on a farm and meet strange and friendly farm animals and also travel to the seashore. Encouraging the love of animals, the series celebrates the joy of discovery and the extraordinary diversity of life on the planet.