Thursday, February 7, 2013

Jack and the Beanstalk (interactive browser story) by Epiphany















We're very used to seeing interesting stories developed as e-books or apps, but when we spot something eye-catching that's designed to run in a browser, we still like to take a closer look.

With a fantastic visual style, retelling a classic story, Jack and the Beanstalk is an instant attention grabber. Produced by Epiphany for the Time4Sleep Bed Company, it's a rare example of something promotional that can be enjoyed and experienced by parents and children alike.

Viewers are given the choice of a fairly 'straight' telling of the story, or a rhyming version. Both allow a parent or child to read through a brilliant version of a well loved fairy tale.

Time to climb!
What's at the top?
Choose the way you want to enjoy the story

You can find the story at http://www.time4sleep.com/jack-and-the-beanstalk/

The story is designed to work in just about any browser (even your iPad) so give it a try!

Charlotte's best bit: The big scary giant! Eeek!

Daddy's favourite bit: Amazing art direction and a really easy to use interface to flick through the story with

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