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Hit Launches Bob the Builder App

Hit Launches Bob the Builder App

Hit Entertainment and P2 Games have launched the first Bob the Builder app, “Bob the Builder: Playtime Fun.”The new app is created with the colorful artwork from the preschool series and features characters including Muck, Scoop, Dizzy and Bob

Hit Entertainment and P2 Games have launched the first Bob the Builder app, “Bob the Builder: Playtime Fun.”

The new app is created with the colorful artwork from the preschool series and features characters including Muck, Scoop, Dizzy and Bob himself. 

“‘Playtime Fun’ taps into the distinct and beloved qualities of Bob the Builder,” says Natasha Fishman, senior director, digital media and marketing, HIT Entertainment. “With emphasis on teamwork and problem solving, this six-in-one game app provides kids with a fun and rewarding Bob play experience for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.”

“Playtime Fun” offers young builders six games, including match, puzzles and memory games. The app also features a digital sticker book where players collect virtual stickers of their favorite members of the Can Do Crew throughout each game.

“Playtime Fun” is available now in the Apple iOS App Store.

“Bob the Builder is such a great role model for preschool children and has inspired so many creative experiences for kids,” says Gerry Whiteside, director, P2 Games. “We are delighted to welcome Bob the Builder and the Can Do Crew to the P2 Games portfolio.”

“Bob the Builder” was created in the U.K. in 1998 and made its U.S. television debut in 2001. The show currently airs in more than 240 territories and 45 languages.

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