Lyon, France – October 11, 2012— Slim Cricket Books, a developer of interactive e-books, announced today its latest e-book App, The Witch With No Name, is available for purchase in the App Store® for $4.99 in North America, for Apple®iPad™, Apple®iPhone™, and in the Android Market for $2.99.  

The Witch With No Name tells the story of a witch who lost her name. Through her adventures of searching for her name and trying to discover what happened to her, she receives a parcel which contains the very last “U-See-All” crystal ball. The crystal ball includes four ingredients for a magic potion: the smell of a moldy sock, a giant nose hair, glow-worm juice, and a concerto of bottom burps. Intrigued by the crystal ball, the witch sets off with her faithful friend Batina the bat, in search of these mysterious items.

This interactive e-book utilizes the capabilities of the compass, camera, gyroscope, and microphone in an amazing and unique way that is different than any e-book out there. The Witch With No Name provides a wonderful mix of storytelling, animated cartoon and adventure games through a magical interactive world where the final revelation will leave players begging for more!

Mobile gamers should head over to the App Store® or Android Market and download The Witch With No Name and enjoy this festive Halloween story. For a review code please contact Danitra Alomia,

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About Slim Cricket Books:

Reading is child’s play. Slim Cricket Books offers expertise to publishers and authors with over 15 years of expertise in the video game and cartoon business and over 10 million games sold, in effort to provide more fun, more interactivity, and more reading.


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