Education and entertainment are deep in Trajectory’s DNA. We believe there is a timeless quality associated with the finest works of literature and art said Jim Bryant Trajectory's CEO.
Cambridge, MA (PRWEB) February 09, 2012
Trajectory today announced PuzzleSpace™ with the artwork of Stephen Huneck. The initial version of the free app has been designed to be played on Apple’s iPad® and iPhone®. Stephen Huneck PuzzleSpace ™ is available today as a free download from the Mac App Store http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/stephen-huneck-puzzlespace/id494405902?mt=8 .
PuzzleSpace ™ utilizes high resolution digital images of Stephen Huneck’s classic woodblock prints as the canvas that users play on. Users can select multiple levels of difficulty ranging from really easy to really hard. The puzzle comes to life with a dynamic, engaging and truly interactive experience.
“Education and entertainment are deep in Trajectory’s DNA. We believe there is a timeless quality associated with the finest works of literature and art and we are committed to deliver these great works in the best way for people today to experience”, said Jim Bryant, Trajectory’s CEO. Trajectory is a Cambridge based technology and marketing oriented publishing company that collaborates with leading authors, artists, and traditional publishers. Trajectory has over 100 eBooks and apps in production that are scheduled for release this quarter.
Stephen Huneck was an internationally acclaimed painter, sculptor and printer as well as the creator of the Dog Chapel in St. Johnsbury, VT where he lived. Stephen’s widow, Gwendolyn Huneck, said “I am ecstatic by the marvelous job Trajectory did in creating the Sally’ PuzzleSpace. Like Stephen’s artwork the puzzles are playful, fun and positive. Also, like Stephen’s artwork, they are appealing to Sally fans of all ages. The project is especially meaningful to me since the puzzles became a reality through the hard work of our dear friend, Jim Bryant, and his team. Stephen must be smiling. I know I am.”
About Stephen Huneck Stephen’s created the Dog Chapel, Gallery and workshop on Dog Mountain. The chapel and gallery are open daily as are the miles of trails.
Many of the images in PuzzleSpace ™ were originally published by Abrams in Stephen's iconic book series about his beloved dog Sally. These New York Times best selling children’s books included: Sally Goes to the Beach, Sally Goes to the Farm, Sally Goes to the Mountains, Sally Goes to the Vet, Sally Gets a Job, Sally’s Snow Adventure, and Sally’s Great Balloon Adventure and are available at a bookstore near you or online at Barnes and Noble and Amazon.
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