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The MCU Extends Transmedia Offering With Marvel HQ App

New mobile app for kids ages 4-7 features mini-games, comics, videos and more

Marvel Entertainment and StoryToys are collaborators on the new Marvel HQ app. Designed for children ages 4-7 and their families, the app is available now on Amazon, the App Store and the Google Play Store. Marvel HQ offers various mini-games, comics, videos, books and more featuring characters from the Marvel Universe.

“When we first launched Marvel HQ, we wanted to create an easy, fun, family-friendly space for parents to be able to explore the world of Marvel with their kids,” says Dan Buckley, President of Marvel Entertainment. “Marvel HQ became our go-to family platform for video and educational content, comics, and more, and we’ve been working to broaden it further since then. Through this new app with StoryToys, we’re excited to add even more Marvel HQ experiences for families to share.”

The app is available to download free, but some content requires a subscription.

The Five Realms of Marvel HQ

The Marvel HQ app is divided into five realms—Play, Watch, Meet, Read and Create.

Users can partake in activities like solving holographic memory puzzles, coding the Hulk’s path through a maze and Spidey and Friends car chases. Families and kids will also be able to tune into popular Marvel series for kids, such as Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur. Additionally, kids will have the opportunity to learn about Marvel heroes and villains in the Meet realm of the app.

App users can also read digital comics and early reader Super Hero stories. Friendly actors will support kids as they learn new words. Finally, the Create realm features a powerful colouring tool and videos teaching children how to draw their favourite superheroes.

“We’re delighted to collaborate again with our amazing partners at Marvel on such an important project,” says StoryToys CEO Emmet O’Neill. “Kids deserve the opportunity to engage with Marvel content that is safe and appropriate for their age, and parents deserve peace of mind. I wish I’d had this app to share my love of Marvel with my own kids when they were younger!”

Written By

Jack Brassell is a freelance journalist and aspiring novelist. Jack is a self-proclaimed nerd with a lifelong passion for storytelling. As an author, Jack writes mostly horror and young adult fantasy. Also an avid gamer, she works as the lead news editor at Hardcore Droid. When she isn't writing or playing games, she can often be found binge-watching Parks & Rec or The Office, proudly considering herself to be a cross between Leslie Knope and Pam Beasley.

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