HappiTaps. A childrens soft toy with a muzzle iPhone

HappiTaps. A childrens soft toy with a muzzle iPhone

Modern children often prefer virtual animals on the iPhone screen to real plush pets from "Toy Store". And nothing can be done with it, because we live in the modern world where forefathers cannot do without phone more than 2 days. That then to achieve from children? They look at us, we copy us, after all for them – an example.

But clever people thought up how to connect a traditional soft toy to a gadget. Clean aside everything singing Chinese dolls and fading hares. At present to sing and will tell the iPhone.

HappiTaps. A childrens soft toy with a muzzle iPhone

On a site of the producer of interactive animals of HappiTaps there is a small instruction:

1) Thrust the iPhone in a toy. Phone becomes a face of an animal;

HappiTaps. A childrens soft toy with a muzzle iPhone

2) Download and install on the iPhone the free application of Beary Happi [iTunes link if you have a bear] or Puppi Love [iTunes link if you have a doggie];

HappiTaps. A childrens soft toy with a muzzle iPhone

3) Give to the kid and let it stamps the fingers on the screen.

HappiTaps. A childrens soft toy with a muzzle iPhone

In reply to each touch the lovely attractive face of a small animal will wriggle, laugh, sing songs, to say (the truth, in English) to purr and in every possible way to entertain the kid.

As the Home button is inaccessible, the child cannot close the appendix and to leave on phone desktop. In the program there are internal purchases. It is possible to buy in addition lullabies, dialogues, flowers, fairy tales and possibility to feed the loved favourite. Many modes are free, therefore game leaves infinite.

HappiTaps. A childrens soft toy with a muzzle iPhone

Eventually you notice that the descendant should tear out a toy from hands of the father which too wishes to plunge into the world тамагочи.

It is recommended to girls from 1.5 and to boys from 2 years. Still to add support of Russian, the price would not be.

Thanks to Roman Yuryev for the help in shooting.