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BBC Worldwide - Hey Duggee Colouring アートワーク Hey Duggee Colouring
BBC Worldwide
ジャンル: エンターテインメント
価格: ¥250
リリース日: 2016年8月17日

A new series of kids' colouring apps, each featuring a CBeebies favourite. Safe, ad-free fun for your little ones!

First up, it's Hey Duggee! Pick a picture and use one of our awesome colouring tools to make the drawing your own - there are 40 designs to choose from!

Safe, ad-free fun for your little ones!

Key Features:
•Clear and simple interface designed for pre-schoolers.
•40 different colouring images to play with.
•Colour the pictures any way you like with any combination of tools, free form and block-fill.
•Fun colouring tools including paint, pencils, spray-cans, glitter and even pattern rollers.
•Lots of colours and patterns to choose from.
•Save your creations to your camera roll to keep them forever.

So what are you waiting for? Get creative!

Customer Care:
If you experience any technical issues with this app please get in touch. Most issues can be easily fixed and we are happy to help. Contact us at

This app will ask for permission to access the camera on your device. The camera is used to take a photograph of the player's coloured in designs which are then added to the camera roll.

This app does not collect or store any personal data from your device. View our privacy policy here

About Studio AKA:
STUDIO AKA is a multi-BAFTA winning & Oscar-nominated independent animation studio & production company based in London. They are known internationally for their idiosyncratic & innovative work expressed across an eclectic range of projects.

About Scary Beasties:
Scary Beasties is a BAFTA-winning mobile and online games designer and developer specialising in kids’ content, from pre-school through to the teen market. Be the first to hear about our other apps: on twitter @scarybeasties or

A Scary Beasties production for BBC Worldwide

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