Educational

Hey Duggee The Big Outdoor App

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Published by:

BBC Worldwide (Ltd)

Version:

1.0

Released:

05. 12. 2016

Size:

88M

Compatible:

4.0 and up
Welcome to the Big Outdoors, Squirrels! Introducing the brand new app featuring the pre-school favourite, Hey Duggee! Safe, ad-free fun for your little ones.

Join Duggee and the Squirrels as they work hard to earn six brand new badges:

• Catch the falling acorns;
• Grow your own fruit and veg;
• Round up the missing sheep;
• Learn Duggee’s raindance;
• Pilot your submarine in an underwater adventure;
• and finally, make a paper boat to help the ants!

Completing each activity earns the Squirrel a badge. With 5 Squirrels playing for 6 badges each, that’s a whole lot of Duggee Hugs!

Key Features:

• Six fun activities with a variety of gameplay styles
• Develop fine motor control skills in the Acorn Badge
• Improve attention skills, reaction times and speech skills in the Food Growing Badge
• Practice counting in the Sheep Badge
• Promote gross motor control skills in the Raindance Badge
• Develop concentration and planning skills in the Submarine Badge
• Encourage creativity in the Paper Boat Badge
• Visit your gallery to see all of your wonderful adventures

Games:

The Acorn Badge
Some animals collect acorns to eat through the winter. Use your excellent catching skills to fill your cart with lots of lovely acorns! Look out for those elusive Special Acorns! And be careful not to slip on the banana skins...

The Food Growing Badge
Shall we grow our own fruit and veg, Squirrels? First, you plant your seed. Next, you cover it with soil. And finally, you give it a lovely big drink of water! You’ll need to protect your plant from pests… and you’ll need to talk to it to help it grow. What green fingers you have!

The Sheep Badge
The sheep are missing? Let’s round them all up! First, choose a Squirrel. Then, twist and weave your way through the trees and bushes, picking up sheep as you go. 1 sheep, 2 sheep, 3 sheep… all the way up to 10 sheep! Are you keeping count?

The Raindance Badge
A raindance is a dance that people do to try to make it rain! This game will really get you moving. First, you’ll need to learn the steps... so repeat after me: Clap, clap, wiggle, jump! Now you know the moves, let’s dance along to the music. Excellent…you’ve made it rain!

The Submarine Badge
A submarine trip? How exciting! An underwater adventure! Use your finger to track the bubbles and watch as the submarine follows the trail. Collect a Jazz Fish and it’ll play you a rhythmic tune. Follow the trail closely enough and you might just catch sight of the Giant Sea Stallion!

The Paper Boat Badge
Oh no! The Ants are late for their picnic! Let’s make them a paper boat to get them safely across the pond. Practice your origami with some skillful folding. Once you’ve crafted your paper boat, finish it off with some nautical decorations. Lastly, shout ‘faster!’ and watch your boat speed across the water.

Customer Care:
If you experience any technical issues with this app please get in touch. Most issues can be easily fixed and we are happy to help. Contact us at [email protected]

Privacy:
This app will ask for permission to access the camera on your device. The camera is used to take a photograph of the player for their user profile which is used to track and retain progress through the game.

This app does not collect or store any personal data from your device. View our privacy policy here http://www.bbcworldwide.com/privacy/mobile-apps.aspx

About Studio AKA:
STUDIO AKA is a multi-BAFTA winning & Oscar-nominated independent animation studio & production company based in London. They are known internationally for their idiosyncratic & innovative work expressed across an eclectic range of projects. www.studioaka.co.uk

About Scary Beasties:
Scary Beasties is a mobile and online games designer and developer specialising in kids’ content, from pre-school through to the teen market. Be the first to hear about our other apps: on twitter @scarybeasties or www.facebook.com/scarybeasties

A Scary Beasties production for BBC Worldwide