It made me smile when I saw for the first time that books for iPad now can have puzzles.
In Dr. Mark Van Stone’s 2012: Science & Prophecy of the Ancient Maya, we used the iBook-Widgets.com app to build one of Tortuguero Monument 6, one of the most important elements in all of Maya prophecy. In the book we’re wrapping up, There’s A Zombie In My Treehouse, we’re including one of the book’s cover. In What Apple Isn’t Saying About Books for iPad, we also included one of the cover.
They’re very easy to make and they’re even more fun to try to solve.
The good thing about them, is that they add interactivity to your book. They’re also challenging, as you have to figure out the right pattern and movements to make the things all come back together.
And that’s part of what Apple likes most about them. They fit the requirement for what these books are all about–interactivity.
Want to see how one works? Easy. Just download What Apple Isn’t Saying About Books For iPad–it’s free here on ClaxtonCreative.com. Also check out the other cool aspects we’ve been featuring and highlighting here on the site.
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