Team 17, Wakefield video game developer, to collaborate with Lego and Marvel
It will bring the Lego Duplo brand and the Marvel Universe to preschoolers with the new Lego Duplo Marvel mobile app.
The app will allow preschoolers to join Spidey, Captain America, Ghost-Spider and other superheroes to learn imaginative adventures and games.
Each activity will provide a play experience where kids can help their favorite Marvel hero save the day by shooting webs with Spidey and his Amazing Friends or saving a kitten with Captain America.
The Lego Duplo Marvel app is aligned with Headstart’s Early Learning Outcomes Framework to ensure it meets the developmental needs of children aged two to five.
Each activity will feature challenges to support learning and development skills including early math, creativity, reasoning, and problem solving.
The app is initially launched worldwide in 28 languages, with more to come in 2022. It is available for pre-order on the App Store and Google Play and will launch in December 2021.
The Lego Duplo Marvel app will be free to download and will include additional content for purchase.
Emmet O’Neill, CEO of StoryToys, said: “We are delighted to collaborate once again with our amazing Lego Group partners and to work with Marvel for the first time on such a special project.
“Preschoolers love and aspire to be Marvel Heroes and this app will give them a positive digital experience tailored to their abilities.
“Whether the children are Lego Duplo fans, Marvel fans, or both, it is our absolute privilege to provide them with the opportunity to engage with their favorite heroes in this fun and educational digital experience.”
Daniel Fink, senior vice president of business development and new initiatives at Marvel Entertainment, said, “We are delighted to be able to bring superhero adventures to our youngest fans.
“Not only will this delight young Marvel fans today, but it will also give parents an experience for all ages to present their own favorite Marvel superheroes to their children.
“The Lego Group and StoryToys are both experts in making high quality preschool educational products, and we look forward to how the app will resonate with families around the world.”
Sean McEvoy, Vice President of Lego Games, said: “Building on the Lego Group’s long history of successful partnership with Marvel and our expanding partnership with the digital game experts at StoryToys, we wanted to bring the world to life. Lego Duplo Marvel digitally. form.
“The app perfectly encapsulates our core values of Imagination, Fun, Creativity, Learning, Caring and Quality. We are excited to bring this world to young Marvel fans while inspiring and developing builders. of tomorrow.”
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