The boy, Eles, uses his craftiness to fool the scary Stallo who has kidnapped Aira.
A fun and slightly scary story based on a Sami folk tale about courage, bravery, and overcoming obstacles by being smart and believing in oneself.
An interactive story time with narration and illustrations.
There are no in-app payments or third party advertising in the game.
Quality illustrations by the talented illustrator, Elisabeth Aarebrot Madsen. Music and sound effects created by the versatile musician, Rolf Morten A. Amundsen. Screenplay by the creative TV-program creator, Vanja Ulfsnes. Producer and director: Mikkel J. Sara.
For the parents:
The Apps developed by Miksapix Interactive are playful, entertaining and stimulates children's natural curiosity and desire to experience great stories. The apps are exciting, safe, and fun, developed with a user-friendly format easy for kids to use on their own. Parents should feel confident that they are downloading apps with quality stories from Miksapix Interactive.
At Miksapix Interactive we take your child's safety very seriously and we are trying to do our best so you as a parent can enjoy the apps along with your child in a safe way. It could be a nice story time for the both of you. Besides, the child may need a little guidance at the beginning. It can also be good to teach the child that the adults should set time limits for the use of apps in general.
Miksapix Interactive produces interactive storytelling apps with Sami folk tales and legends. Folk tales and legends with educative functions, morals and life truths. The apps includes illustrations, animations, narration, easy gameplay and interactivity to create the complete experience.
Spmi (Lapland) is an area in northern Scandinavia (Norway, Sweden and Finland) and parts of northern Russia. The indigenous Sami people live in this region and are part of a multi-cultural commonwealth. Sami is an oral language where folk tales and legends have been past along through several generations. Miksapix Interactive takes a step further and conveys this heritage in a new way.