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A captivating and interactive storybook app featuring charming artwork by some of the animation industry’s top artists!
Created by

Ken Duncan

405 backers pledged $37,900 to help bring this project to life.

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Thank you so much to all of our generous backers – because of you, we are now 16% funded!  We still have quite a ways to go to reach 100%, so please continue to spread the word so we can get this special project completed.

As we continue working on our story, we want to pose to you an app-related question:  WHAT BEAST OR MONSTER DID YOU FEAR MOST AS A CHILD?  We’d love to hear your ghoulish tales and feedback below!

To start you reminiscing, we thought we’d share some characters from our “Zombie” page – these are going to be interactive monsters that dance in fun and funky styles when you touch them!  We guarantee that these zombies won’t cause you nightmares . . .or will they?:

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    1. Creator Michael on May 9, 2012

      As a toddler I lived in Birmingham, AL, and nearby was a giant statue of the Roman deity Vulcan (the town was known for its metalworks). Once I had a nightmare in which Vulcan came alive & hurled his fiery torch (which he used to hold) at me! For a good while after, I would get nervous when we drove past the statue. Now I laugh it off as an odd memory!

    2. Creator Yogi Blackmon on May 3, 2012

      A fire was hiding in my closet, making its plans to devour me and my family when we least expected it! Of course, when I looked into the closet, the fire slipped out through a crevice to hide in the walls!

    3. Creator feefers on May 2, 2012

      I had a vicious wolf that lived at the bottom of my garden which guarded the back gate.

    4. Creator Schwpz on May 2, 2012

      I was terrified of piranhas in the toilet. And to make matter worst, as a kid we used to have those toilets where you have to manually close the flush with a handle, meaning you had to actually stand next to the horrifying thing while it flushed and the piranha were about to come at any minute. Oh, the horror!

    5. Creator Muneera Mak on May 2, 2012

      The monster under my bed was the one I feared the most :-) Thank you for your wonderful project!