Nickelodeon is rolling out two new apps—Dora’s Worldwide Adventure and Nick Football Champions (pictured)—internationally today. Announced at the video game conference E3 in Los Angeles today, both apps are available in 12 languages and can be downloaded outside of the US via Google Play, iTunes, and Amazon stores.
Dora’s Worldwide Adventure, a preschool geography app available for US$3.99, shows kids cultures and countries around the world including China, Japan, Australia, Brazil, Italy, the UK and the US alongside popular characters from the series Dora, Swiper and Boots. Other features include the ability to take photos, record memories in Dora’s travel photobook, and dressing Dora up by unlocking shirts, dresses and hats in different countries.
Capitalizing on FIFA World Cup fever the other new app, Nick Football Champions, is free to download and lets kids play as an eight-bit pixel style version of an iconic Nickelodeon character. Throughout the game, users can win trophies, unlock new characters and send stickers to friends via iOS.
The release of the two new digital games follows the success of Nick’s previously launched apps Nella the Princess Knight: Kingdom Adventures, which has amassed nearly 2 million downloads worldwide, and the top mobile gaming app Sky Whale, which offers augmented reality capabilities and averages two million active monthly users.