ablemagic is all about storytelling and development.
We work for clients and create our own projects.
Everybody likes a good story.
We believe that technology can create magic.
- Digital play
- New technology
When the sports wear brand Kari Traa launched their new collection of sports bras, we made a series of short animations with relevant «boob facts». Such as joggers nipple, stressed boobs and wearing the right cup size.
WhatBird is an app for smartphones that will help you recognize birds by their song. You record a singing bird with your phone. If the app recognizes the bird, the recording stops, and you get one or more suggestions to what species it may be. Then you compare your recording with the song of the suggested species. Do they match? The purpose is not to always give the correct answer, but an indication that may help you find out what kind of bird you have heard. WhatBird has more than 80 000 downloads so far! The app is developed in collaboration with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and the Norwegian Environment Agency. www.whatbird.no
Hit the Road is a casual color- and rhythm game for mobile platforms. Curious Mr. Cane is on a never ending tap trip around the world. Music is what keeps him going, and he needs you to get in the beat to create a fuller sound experience!
A mysterious world, unforgettable characters and a soothing soundtrack highlight this distinct platformer. You have been sent on a quest by the wise old sage. The evil Gants have stolen her magical Shims and it’s up to you, a little ’tisu, to get them back. Equipped with your wheel and the mysticalpower of the Chibs, embark on a fantastical adventure across the worlds of Canoo, Groundedwoods and Dreamsky!
Inspired by the enormous response to our birdsong recognition app WhatBird (available only in Scandinavia so far) we have created a brand new bird-app for kids! WhatBird’s baby brother is called SmallBird (available in all territories). Here children can learn how to recognize birds by both color and song. Or they can create their own fantasy bird with the head of one species, the body of another and tail of a third.