Ravensburger’s Tech Puzzles amaze on Friday Download

Published on: 19th June 2012

Popular CBBC kids’ show, Friday Download, featured Ravensburger’s Augmented Reality Puzzle collection, which brings the real and virtual worlds together.

During the show, presenter Tyger Drew-Honey gave viewers a demonstration of the Apps as part of the Games Download feature. Three puzzles were featured including the Underwater Kingdom, the Lofoten, Norway and, Tyger’s personal favourite, the Rooftops of Paris, which allows the user to view Paris by night from the top of the Eiffel Tower.

Benn Bramwell, marketing manager at Ravensburger, said: “It was fantastic to see Ravensburger’s Augmented Reality Puzzle collection featuring so prominently on Friday Download. This show is a great way to introduce younger people to our range and, in just a of couple minutes, it was clear that all the presenters and audience on the show were amazed by the puzzles.”


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