“The development of a new holiday-themed app, and its release right before Christmas 2014 season is an exciting and a new adventure for the DeLand Media Group,” says Dr. DeLand.
Nashville, TN (PRWEB) November 24, 2014
The DeLand Media Group is excited to have officially released Baby Santa Christmas Delivery, a Christmas themed game inspired by the Baby Santa books written by Dr. Mary Maitland DeLand.
Travel with Baby Santa through 39 levels, making stops in cities and countries around the world, as players deliver lost Christmas presents in time for the holidays! From Montreal to Nashville, and Prague back to the North Pole, beat obstacles, race the clock, and deliver the right color present to the matching color chimney in order to get enough points to advance to the next level. With each level beat, players earn a present to decorate a Christmas tree in the tree decorating mode.
Baby Santa Christmas Delivery app is available in both a Lite and full game version in the Apple App Store and Andriod market. The Lite version download is free and gives players the chance to play through the first five levels of the game. The full version is available for download and offers users the full game experience. The game is fun for both children and adults and age appropriate for children four and up according to the App Store criteria.
“The development of a new holiday-themed app, and its release right before Christmas 2014 season is an exciting and a new adventure for the DeLand Media Group,” says Dr. DeLand. “I feel that users will love the challenging levels, upbeat Christmas music, and decorating their Christmas tree with new ornaments they win as they play through the game.”
Dr. DeLand is a children’s book author and radiation oncologist. She founded OncoLogics, a group of cancer treatment centers in the southern United States. Dr. DeLand has written several children’s book series, including the Baby Santa Series and The Great Katie Kate books, which focus on educating children about medical conditions including questions on cancer, diabetes, epilepsy, and asthma.