Let’s spin the wheel
Toy Car RC and Toy Drive are now available for Android, meaning even more parents and kids around the world have the opportunity to play with both the free and paid versions of our first digital toy. Looking back, we can’t help but be amazed at how warmly Toy Car RC has been received – the app was featured by Apple on the App Store and hit #1 in the iPad charts in 20+ countries, was recommended by various media outlets and was even named one of the top 10 AR apps of summer ’14, alongside offerings from big names like Microsoft and Google… It means a lot to a young startup like us, and none of it would have been possible without the support of our amazing community. So we’d like to give a huge thanks to all of you!
As you can see, we’ve been working hard over the summer! But don’t worry: now that it’s September and children and parents are going back to their normal routines, we’re taking some time to slow down. At the moment, Evan and me are on a trip to New York. Not only are we enjoying the city, but also meeting with the industry, startups and investors at the Transatlantic Entrepreneur Conference and thinking about the future – especially the possibilities unleashed by Apple’s new programming language and Intel’s 3D cameras. We’re committed to seizing these opportunities and creating more meaningful and fun games & tools for kids!
Interested in joining us on our journey to empower future generations through games? Try out our new products as on of the first users and become a beta tester – just scroll down for more info!
Evgeni, Founder & CEO
PS: Please keep sharing with me at anytime your feedback, suggestions and ideas!
Don’t miss the Beta!
We are working on new products, empowering kids through games and connecting physical and digital worlds. Do you want to be one the first users? Then join the German or the Global Beta community!
Inspiration from around the web
10 top AR apps of Summer 2014 – Marxent Labs
[Ted Talk Video] Gaming can make a better world – Jane McGonigal
[Ted Talk Video] Let’s teach kids to code – Mitch Resnick
Happy accident: Sphero makes the move from toy to teaching – engadget
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