IEV, Ukraine ­ January 29, 2013 ­ Timecode, developer of mobile and server applications, has just released Snow Queen for iPad, a beautiful interactive book based on the award-winning Ukrainian children¹s book and Hans Christen Andersen tale. Snow Queen features amazing illustrations that literally come to life when touched, revealing hidden features within each beautiful page. Snow Queen is now available from the App Store on iPad or at

Snow Queen, the classic fairy tale that has warmed the hearts of millions for more than 150 years, is brought to life in this interactive storybook made for the iPad. From legendary Danish storyteller Hans Christen Andersen, the creator of modern myths including The Little Mermaid, The Ugly Ducking, Thumbelina, The Emperor¹s New Clothes and countless others, Snow Queen tells the magical story of Gerda, who must find and free her best friend Kai from the evil Snow Queen.

Readers of all ages and skill levels will be able to enjoy the stunning artwork and enchanting story from the award-winning book as it is brought to life in ways never before possible. Illustrated by award-winning artist Vladyslav Yerko, (designer of the covers of the Ukrainian editions of the Harry Potter books), Snow Queen¹s detailed illustrations were originally drawn by Yerko using ultra-fine brushes under a large magnifying glass and then animated and enhanced for iOS by Timecode¹s talented artists and programmers.

Offering more than the written word, Snow Queen brings this classic story to life by allowing readers to interact with Yerko¹s amazing illustrations in bold new ways. Readers can make snow fall, stoke a fire, see themselves reflected in a magic mirror, uncover hidden objects and much more. Each page contains interactive objects and hidden surprises. A read-along narration option makes the book accessible to readers to of all skill levels.

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About Timecode

Established in 2010, Timecode is a Kiev-based developer of mobile and server-side apps and software. The core Timecode team has been together since 2005, with a strong focus in games and a dedication to art and a unique approach to design. Timecode has several mobile projects under development, including two new games coming early 2013.