Canadian kidcaster Teletoon has launched two mobile apps based on two of its teen series, My Babysitter’s a Vampire and Skatoony.
The apps, launched ad-free, will generate revenue through one-time purchases, either in-app or through the App Store.
iPhone and iPod touch app Humans vs. Vampires, based on the online game of the same name, was developed by Toronto-based interactive agency Secret Location and launched Aug. 31 to coincide with the second season premiere of My Babysitter’s a Vampire Sept. 6 on Teletoon.
The badge system game lets users play as either a human or vampire, as with the online game, through five levels and five different opponents.
The game is free to download, with a one-time 99 cent in-app upgrade that lets players unlock five “good guys” and five undead characters.
Find The Earl is developed by marblemedia and based on the company’s Skatoony, an animation and live-action kids trivia show, and can be purchased through the App Store for $1.99.
It features the show’s host Chudd Chudders travelling around the world to rescue co-host The Earl and save the show from being cancelled.
From Playback online