Signature Devices Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SDVI) and its subsidiary, Graffiti Entertainment Inc., are going to release their Reader Rabbit apps in Spanish and French, according to a news release.
The new French and Spanish versions of its Reader Rabbit Preschool, Reader Rabbit Kindergarten, Reader Rabbit First Grade and Reader Rabbit Second Grade will now be marketed to millions of more potential customers via the Apple iTunes store.
"These titles are fun for children and are being well received by academics, parents and children alike," said Mart van der Velde, CEO of Signature Devices and Graffiti Entertainment.
"Tto prepare for these new titles, Signature Devices Inc. is increasing its global sales abilities through the expansion of marketing, sales personnel and online promotion," he added.
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Reader Rabbit, a 2011 Parents' Choice Awards winner, is an educational adventure game based on the characters of the popular series for young children, Reader Rabbit. The games teach basic academic skills and provide a foundation for further learning, and are presented in a colorful cartoon style with short videos, full voice acting, and sing-along songs.
Graffiti Entertainment, based in Redwood City, Calif., was publishes diverse media products including console video games, iPhone/iPad and Android games.
Signature Devices creates and develops social networking systems including social networking server software, social networking games and console games, which it publishes through Graffiti Entertainment.
The two companies recently announced a merger agreement.
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