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“A sharp, slick recreation of Goldberg's artistic work that offers a unique and accessible puzzle challenge.” —Touch Arcade http://bit.ly/IQAvx0
“Fans of cause-and-effect puzzles should not miss this.” 5 Stars —PadGadget http://bit.ly/1cxgwMr
The first and only official Rube Goldberg puzzle game. Solve everyday problems in Rube’s trademark elaborate whimsical style by creating hilarious machines. Is pouring a glass of juice just too straightforward and boring? Try using a jack-in-the-box, magnifying glass, string and a cymbal-wielding friend to achieve your goal. The more creative your solution the better!
From award-winning designer David Fox, designer of the classic LucasArts graphic adventure game “Zak McKracken and the Alien Mindbenders” plus SCUMM scriptor on “Maniac Mansion”.
Rube Works is widely adopted by a growing number of elementary and middle schools and is fast becoming one of the years favorite educational games. Aligned with CCSS (Common Core State Standards) and NGSS (Next Generation Science Standards), Rube Works is a standout app that effortlessly bridges the worlds of gaming and education.
• Only official Rube Goldberg game, based on his original cartoons
• Google Play Achievements
• 18 Challenging Puzzles
• Beautiful Graphics
• Support for tablets and phones
• Aligned with CCSS/NGSS
• COPPA-compliant, no ads, no in-app purchase
• Text in English, Spanish, German
“If you like building crazy contraptions, you'll love this app.” —CNET http://cnet.co/1a1ShUL
“Rube Works puts a fun twist on learning.” —Common Sense Media http://bit.ly/1hWQ9ki
“This app is amazing and rich on so many levels.” —NSTA Recommends (National Science Teachers Association) http://bit.ly/1dJbzpy
“…Electric Eggplant has done a great job converting Rube Goldberg’s work” —Pixelvolt
“I highly recommend this app for the budding engineer or those with a knack for making contraptions!” —Teachers With Apps http://bit.ly/1mGmRh3
“Highly recommended!” —The iMums http://bit.ly/1e6fDLe
Designed and Produced by Electric Eggplant. Engineering and Art by Kalani Games. Produced by Heirs of Rube Goldberg. Originally published with Unity Games.
ABOUT ELECTRIC EGGPLANT
Founded by David and Annie Fox in 1992, Electric Eggplant has consistently garnered kudos on its games, educational software, and books and apps for kids, tweens, and teens. David began his game design career in 1982 at Lucasfilm Games (LucasArts). During his decade there he helped invent the classic point-and-click graphic adventure genre. David is the Game Designer and Executive Producer on “Rube Works”. ElectricEggplant.com
ABOUT KALANI GAMES
Kalani Games is a game design & development studio in Austin, Texas. Founded by industry veteran, Kalani Streicher, Kalani Games has developed games for mobile, social and online platforms, pushing the boundaries of original, innovative and new game play experiences. KalaniGames.com
HRG (Heirs of Rube Goldberg) is a family-run company led by Rube’s granddaughter, Jennifer George. Their mission is to raise awareness of Rube’s work and to license the intellectual property to appropriate entertainment and media partners who will remain true to the spirit of her grandfather’s legacy. HRG works in tandem with RGI (Rube Goldberg, Inc), the non-profit arm whose mission includes education outreach programs for students and tinkerers of all ages through Rube Goldberg Machine contests around the globe. RubeGoldberg.com
✭ “My 11-year-old daughter, who starts middle school in the fall... gave the app an enthusiastic ‘pretty cool!!’”—CNET
✭ “This book is really exceptional. It’s fun, hip and something youth will relate to.”—Digital Storytime
Middle school can be a serious pain with bullies putting you down, blowups threatening friendships, and real doubts about how you measure up. Good thing you don’t have to go it alone! Meet Mateo, Michelle and their friends—six teens trying to figure out what middle school’s all about. Follow their adventures and watch as they learn how to get along in middle school.
Be Confident is based on Book 1 of the award-winning Middle School Confidential™ series written by teen expert Annie Fox, illustrated by Matt Kindt, and published by Free Spirit Publishing. This graphic novel app enables readers to zoom right into the story world. With beautiful full-color illustrations and richly layered audio made up of movie-like sound effects and music, Be Confident will be a sure-fire hit with 8-14 year olds. (Even those who don’t like to read!) As a bonus for parents and teachers, this app puts thought-provoking entertainment and solutions into the hands of teens who deal with these personal issues every day. It’s likely to challenge teens to think about their emotions and behavior in new ways and encourage them to make more respectful, cooperative choices at school and at home.
“This is good-quality targeted character education.”—School Library Journal
“Takes advantage of zoom features to take readers through panel by panel, providing a sense of forward motion that synchronizes well with the text’s format.”—Kirkus Reviews
“reminds [kids] to take pride in their own talents and not to let peer pressure get them down.”—Common Sense Media
“Even the most reluctant reader will have a go at it.”—Fun Educational Apps
“I’d recommend [it] as a great resource for both kids and their parents.”—Brooks Jones
“A wonderful resource [for] this tricky, in-between age group.”—The iPhone Mom
“Plants the seeds of self-confidence in your child.”—The Wonder of Tech
“There are thousands of apps teaching reading and math, but not many developers are taking a shot at this... extremely important material.”—Smart Apps for Kids
“Ahead of the pack in creating a multi-sensory comic experience.”—Corona SDK blog
“The graphics [are] brilliant!”—There’s a Book
“Each page is a joy to explore.”—Software Smoothie
• Graphic Novel format for easy reading
• Page swipe or touch page edges for easy navigation
• Auto-save feature remembers your place in the story
• Info page allows you to jump to the beginning of any of the 8 chapters
• 44 pages of story plus bonus Meet the Cast pages
• Two modes of reading: full-page mode or double-tap to zoom-in for frame-by-frame reading
• Movie-like sound effects and music (enhanced sound in zoomed-in mode)
• Compelling stories that deal with universal tween and early teenage stumbling blocks:
+ Self esteem
+ Body image
+ Out of control emotions
+ Friendship issues
+ Peer Approval Addiction (doing whatever it takes to fit in)
• Thoughtful solutions for teens grappling with personal and social issues
• Designed for the hard-to-reach “tween” age group, including reluctant readers
• Powerful addition to an advisory or character education curriculum
• Ideal for teachers who use technology in the classroom
Electric Eggplant is a member of Moms with Apps, a collaborative group of family-friendly developers seeking to promote quality apps for kids and families.
Recommended Ages: 8-14
Categories: Books, Reading, Graphic Novels
Raymond Alligator is a super smart, super shy 5-year-old who feels left out when big sister Sheila has a friend over. He and his teddy bear are tighter than tight, but lately Raymond’s wondering if he needs someone else to be his friend. Making a new friend sounds like a great idea but, well, it can also be kinda scary. This fully illustrated digital picture book features music and read-to-me audio narration. It also includes a unique guide for parents interested in helping their kids with social and emotional learning. Ages 4-8.
Visit RaymondAndSheila.com for more info.
• Read-it-to-me narration and character voices
• Full soundtrack with music and sound effects
• Voice and music can be turned off so parent or child can read the book
• Automatic bookmark so you don't lose your place
• Unique friendship skills/social and emotional learning guide for parents and teachers
“...a delightful journey into problem solving and a thoughtful look at relationships.”–Lynette Mattke, CEO, PicPocket Books
“It’s a resource for the child to help himself.”–Sharon Silver, founder Proactive Parenting
“...a children’s book that provides a rich, experience and a solid, engaging story as well.”–Brooks Jones, Writer/Illustrator of “I Don’t Like Pink!”
“...reminds us that there is always hope for a friend, and new friends are possible... my kids and I loved the humorous ending.”–Melissa Tayor, Imagination Soup
“...takes a holistic approach ... to seed social emotional learning through interactive play.”–Amy Jussel, Founder, Shaping Youth
“...a beautiful story that I can easily see being used as a read aloud in a classroom.”–Angie Harrison, Apple Distinguished Educator
“Bravo to Annie Fox and Electric Eggplant!”–Teachers with Apps
“The charming sibling characters help kids talk about their feelings and understand other people better.”–Megan Panatier, MS, CCC-SLP, Avocado Technologies
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Annie Fox, M.Ed., has been teaching, writing and creating innovative content for kids for 30+ years. Her first picture book "People Are Like Lollipops" (Holiday House) was published before she was legally old enough to sign the contract. Since then Annie has designed many classic kids’ computer games. She’s also written several award-winning books for tweens and teens, including the popular Middle School Confidential series. AnnieFox.com
ABOUT THE ILLUSTRATOR
Eli Noyes’s involvement with media creation goes way back and covers a wide range of disciplines. Starting as an animator he created his own wacky brand of short films, picking up an Oscar nomination along the way. Eli’s work includes projects for Sesame Street, HBO, Scholastic, Nickelodeon, MTV, Pixar, Disney and Oxygen Media. He was co-creator of the Nickelodeon children’s television series, Eureeka’s Castle, and directed two recurring segments on MTV’s revolutionary television series, Liquid Television. In the “swamp” at Alligator Planet, Eli continues the tradition, creating short films, directing animation for documentaries, consulting on kid’s television and web projects. AlligatorPlanet.com
ABOUT THE PUBLISHER
Founded in 1992 by David and Annie Fox, Electric Eggplant has been on the forefront of multimedia design and production. In their 37 years of marriage they’ve partnered on dozens of ground-breaking projects including co-founding the Marin Computer Center (1977)—the world’s 1st public-access microcomputer center—games, educational software, Emotional Intelligence content, and books for kids, tweens, and teens. David began his career in game design in 1982 as employee #3 at Lucasfilm Games (now LucasArts). In 2010, the company began creating story apps starting with their Middle School Confidential apps, “Be Confident in Who You Are” and “Real Friends vs. the Other Kind.” ElectricEggplant.com