New Everything’s Rosie app revealed

Published on: 10th September 2013

V&S Entertainment has appointed a new licensee, Daredevil Development, to produce a gaming app for their pre-school animation Everything’s Rosie, across mobile, smart phone and tablet devices.Rosie-&-Raggles300

The licence, brokered by Peahen Games, is recognition of the growing importance of multimedia platforms. David Mowbray at Daredevil Development commented: “The very essence of Rosie and her friends’ adventures combines learning with laughter and this is very easily translatable into fun and educational apps.”

Vickie Corner, managing director of V&S Entertainment, added: “Daredevil offers the very best in pre-school games and we are delighted to be partnering with them in the exciting and continually evolving app market place. We are thrilled that they will be creating a cutting edge app which Rosie’s young fans will enjoy.”

Everything’s Rosie has a wide range of leading licensees in place, with more than 20 in the UK and Ireland and a growing number across Europe including Spain, Portugal, France and Italy.

Everything’s Rosie was recently acquired by the BBC for a fourth series, bringing the total episodes available to 104 x 11”. Everything’s Rosie broadcasts on CBeebies in the UK and internationally across 160 territories.

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