LeapFrog confirms new partnership with BBC Worldwide

Published on: 4th February 2016

Three new apps have been added to LeapFrog’s unique Learning Library for its android-based tablet, the LeapFrog Epic.

Charlie-&-Lola480The new apps feature popular CBeebies characters Charlie & Lola, Hey Duggee and Sarah & Duck. The interactive games allow children to improve their creative and problem-solving skills, encouraging them to build confidence and develop their imaginations.

With the addition of these three new apps, there are now more than 600 titles available for LeapFrog Epic – all designed or approved by LeapFrog’s team.
Each game gives kids a simple problem to work out and solve, developing children’s problem-solving skills.

Gail Fisher, UK and EMEAA content and licensing manager at LeapFrog, commented: “CBeebies content is some of the most requested from our consumers so we are delighted to finally be able to offer them these three fantastic new games for the Leapfrog Epic tablet. Along with bringing their favourite characters to life, these new apps will also teach children problem solving and allow them to develop their creative skills.”

Peter Hickman, producer digital entertainment games at BBC Worldwide, said: “Building on the success of our CBeebies apps on iOS and Android devices, it’s a pleasure to now bring them to Leapfrog’s Epic Tablet.”


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