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The Curio Dept. has teamed up with award-winning children's book illustrator Steven D'Amico (“Ella the Elegant Elephant”, soon to be an animated series) to create a hand-made game that feels like a classic children's picture book.

Features:
• Choose from three animal pals: Tiger, Monkey or Hippo!
• Create a crazy outfit for your animal using dozens of hand-drawn outfit parts!
• Take a souvenir photograph of your pal!
• Play Peek-A-Boo! Tiny Tiger and Friends version of the classic game!
• Play Poke-A-Nose! How many noses can you poke before time runs out?
• And more on the way!

Great for kids!
• Simple, graphical navigation. No reading required!
• Gentle animated help allows child to learn the app independently.
• Gorgeous, hand-drawn art by award-winning children's book illustrator Steven D'Amico.
• User-focused design lets the child set his or her own pace.
• Relaxed atmosphere makes Tiny Tiger and Friends perfect for young children.

Great for parents!
• Designed and tested by parents for parents.
• No voice-over instructions—Tiny Tiger and Friends can be enjoyed without audio when necessary.
• Perfect for any situation; it can be enjoyed alone, with a parent or with a friend.
• Frequent pauses provide convenient stopping points when it's time to turn off the game.
• Friendly animated characters will inspire your child's imagination and creativity even after they’re done playing.
• No advertising or in-app purchases.
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