Shanghai, China (May 4 th , 2012)- Taomee Network, a rapidly expanding company catering to the fast-paced mobile crowd, today launched the next game in their iOS “Mole’s World” title series, Mole Kart. With millions of downloads worldwide and a permanent place in the top 5 games downloaded from the appstore in its category, the Mole's World series encompasses numerous promising titles for all players young and old. The game is available to download onto iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch for free at http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/mole-kart-i/id522579018?mt=8
Mole Kart allows players to take on the role of their favorite Mole from Mole’s World and race to victory! Easy to use but still holding numerous challenges, Mole Kart is intended for everyone from children to adults. Each Mole has their own unique Kart with its own special abilities and traits.
This isn’t your average F1 race: both obstacles and tricky curves means drivers need to be in top shape to drive. Explore every course carefully for the best route for each individual character in single player mode, then pit your racing skills against others in a full online multiplayer mode. Is your racing time the best? Prove it!
Mole Kart is the newest title in the Mole family of games, which include Mole’s World and Mole Baby.
Mole Kart Key Features:
. Play your favorite Mole World characters!
. Different Karts for each character
. Variety of Race Tracks
. Play single player or online
About Taomee Holdings Limited
Taomee Holdings Limited is one of the leading children's entertainment and media companies in China with a mission to create exceptional entertainment experiences for children that are fun, safe and trusted by parents. Taomee has created online virtual worlds with enduring and iconic characters, images and story lines that have resonated and attracted a loyal following among children in China. As of June 2010, Taomee was ranked as the largest online entertainment community for children in China measured by market share and active accounts, according to a report from iResearch. Taomee has expanded into offline business by licensing its franchises to other media formats including books, films and television and makers of consumer products targeting children.