BBC Worldwide and Scary Beasties are pleased to announce the launch of the second extremely special and completely official Charlie and Lola app. It’s time to grab some friends and join Charlie and Lola in their brand new digital board game, ‘I’ve Won!’
Based on the BAFTA award-winning children’s show, this new app offers fast-paced fun for all the family, as you attempt to race your rivals to the top of the board, while completing fun mini-games along the way.
Dressing up Lola, catching Sizzles the dog and dancing like Charlie are just some of the fun and engaging activities you’ll encounter as you play your way to victory. Fun for groups and perfect for solo players too, ‘Charlie and Lola: I’ve Won!’ encourages plenty of subtle learning through interactive play.
Available to download from the App Store, Google Play and Amazon, this safe, ad-free app is ideal for pre-schoolers and fans of the TV series.
* Fun for 1-4 players, just pass the device to keep the game moving!
* Play over 50 mini-game variations as you race your way to the finish line.
* A variety of gameplay styles, designed to appeal to Charlie and Lola fans of all ages.
* The board changes every time you play, ensuring a mix of fresh content for each new game.
* Encourages sharing, helping and social interaction between players.
Charlie and Lola is best known as a pre-school animated TV series based on the books by Lauren Child. This fun filled and imaginative animated series focuses on the relationship between brother and sister, Charlie and Lola – telling the story of how they handle the little issues that they, as young children, encounter every day. First appearing in Lauren Child’s books in 2000 and making their TV debut in 2005, the fictional brother and sister have 80 TV episodes shown in over 50 territories and 4.7 million book sales to their name.
Check out the official Charlie and Lola: I’ve Won! trailer on the app web site: www.charlieandlolaapp.com and download the game now. Charlie and Lola: I’ve Won! costs £2.99/€4.49/$4.99 and is available today.