The toy swing

by Timea Fülöp
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The toy swing is an interactive book for iPad about two little girls who love to swing. You can follow the story about Niki & Jazmin how they were making a new toy swing with Mommy for their stuffed animals. You can also play with some toys, make interaction with many figures.

But it's much more than a book, it's also a great game! Are you ready for a treasure hunt?

There is a twist in The toys swing - while listening to the story of Niki and Jazmin you can make a bit of a treasure hunt on each scene. There are three little stars hiding on each page. By each page it’s getting a bit more difficult to find them. Are you ready for the challenge? Can you find them all?

If that's still not enough there is also a memory game in the end of the story.

Enjoy the story of The toys swing while playing with each character!

How did TexturePacker help you with your development?

I used Texture Packer for the sprite sheets, the animated objects in the first 2 scenes. It was very easy to add the figures to the tool and it generated all the required files.

What are your favorite TexturePacker features?

The whole tool in general is very easy to use, it's almost self evident what to do. Drag and drop picture, one click publishing is great!

How did PhysicsEditor help with your development?

I used PhysicsEditor with defining the shapes of my object in almost all scenes of the application. It's very flexible tool, easy to set the properties of the objects and setting the edge of each object is very flexible.

What are your favorite PhysicsEditor features?

The tool in general is great, easy to use and gives flexibility. The main reason why I have selected this tool over other similar products was easy way of usage, no need to read long manuals, it's self explanatory what to do - not like with other products. To mention one feature particularly is perhaps setting the edge of the objects - it does the trick automatically, though still gives the flexibility so select fewer points if that seems a better option.

Any tips and tricks you want to share with the community?

Nothing particular, I think those who use these tools love them because of the easy way of usage and providing versatile solutions.

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