A much-loved app in its Japanese version!-- A free picture book app which you can actually play with. Presented by UrumaDelvi, author of the Bottom Biting Bug -- This is a story app about Obake Sirotch the White and Krotch the Black, inhabitants of the Obake Island, who found a magical seed and started their great adventures.Lots and lots of cute little characters appear on the scene.It is an app filled with lots and lots of joyful object hunts, puzzles and games === To guardians ===This app originates from the popular picture book Twin Obake and the Miracle Seed now on sale under Gakken Publishing and is devotedly designed by its author into this free app version.Together with the lovely Obake characters and stories, readers will also have games like finding hidden objects in the page, picture puzzles, mazes or number counting games.Use fingers to play. Successful trials will be rewarded with encouraging compliments.Story-telling in a lovely tone, ornamented by original music and sound effects. Characters all animated. Full of visual and audio enjoyment which one can expect from apps.What is more, quizzes not included in the book version are added in this app. Readers who have loved our original picture book will surely enjoy reading this app version as much.UrumaDelvi: It is an app which I have aimed for its bestKoto: Requests from UrumaDelvi can sometimes be quite.CHALLENGING.Do get one paid-for version if you have enjoyed our story!=== The story ===Once upon a time, there were so many Obake in Britain that people were very annoyed with them.A peer succeeded in catching and trapping the Obake into cans.The peer planned to sell all the cans to make a fortune and so he loaded the cans into a big ship and sailed overseas.However, the ship was caught in a storm and sank, and cans of Obake were washed ashore on a deserted island.Obake jumped out of the rusted cans and started to live happily on the deserted island.This story is about Obake Sirotch the White and Krotch the Black, inhabitants of the Obake Island, who found a magical seed and started their great adventures.
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