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Puppet Pals HD

Puppet Pals HD
Description Spring/Summer SALE 20% off "Purchase Entire Catalog"! Create your own unique shows with animation and audio in real time! Simply pick out your actors and backdrops, drag them on to the stage, and tap record. Your movements and audio will be recorded in real time for playback later. This app is as fun as your own creativity. Your creations are only limited by your imagination (and voice acting skills in my case). FEATURES - Create an actor from a photo- Use a photo as a backdrop for your storytelling- zoom and rotate your characters using two fingers- flip them around with a double tap- a wide variety of creative characters to download (including famous talk show hosts and politicians)- limitless possibilities of story creations- buy the director's pass and receive ALL current and FUTURE content! ...More Customer Reviews Fantastic - above and beyond by jmaybe Let me start by saying that this app has allowed my child and I to create some priceless (to me and my wife) content. by A17B

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