CHICAGO, IL--(January 21, 2011) Brain Freeze Entertainment (http://www.brainfreezeent.com/), the animation studio founded by Tod Carter specializing in animation production, preproduction design for TV, Film and Direct-to-video projects, today announced its launch of an Interactive Media Division, Brain Freeze Interactive. The new division is a collaboration between Tod Carter and Joe Spadaford who have partnered on various multi-media ventures such as Veggie Tales videos, SuperBook tv series and several children's books. The first project for the newly formed company will be a fully interactive children's reader app for the iPhone/iPad available in the App Store. The new app, Goosed Up Rhymes, will allow children to immerse themselves in the story in a way no other app has been able to achieve using touch screen clickables, hidden animation and games to create a multi-sensory experience for all viewers.
"As we looked at the variety of children's reader apps on the market, we felt there was something missing," said Tod Carter, co-creator of the app. "Our goal was to make an app that was focused more on entertainment and interactivity. Our motto is: We Make Reading Hilarious and we needed our app to embody that idea. We have set ourselves apart from our competition by allowing our readers to interact with the characters, play fully animated games and run mutiple clickables simultaneously. We think this app is going to raise the bar for the whole genre."
Goosed Up Rhymes is slated for release on the App Store by late February. Check for updates at http://www.goosedup.com/.