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  • Summary: The unique audio game with the Call of the Wild! With keen ears and nimble fingers, players can prove their flair for identifying wild animal sounds and win wild ring tones such as Tiger and Co. for their iPhone!

    wildTunes is intelligent playing fun that - banishes boredom with interesting
    The unique audio game with the Call of the Wild! With keen ears and nimble fingers, players can prove their flair for identifying wild animal sounds and win wild ring tones such as Tiger and Co. for their iPhone!

    wildTunes is intelligent playing fun that
    - banishes boredom with interesting sounds,
    - trains your memory and
    - makes the world sound more beautiful.

    wildTunes makes your iPhone “wild” with
    - original wild animal sounds from the Animal Sound Archive of the Museum for Natural History in Berlin,
    - brilliant animal photos by renowned professionals,
    - exciting information on every animal and
    - exceptional ring tones in first rate sound quality.

    wildTunes benefits
    wildTunes supports the Harapan Rainforest Project! It gives hope for many endangered species, such as the last Sumatran Tigers, who strongly depend on the protection of this forest for their survival.
    The Indonesian foundation Yayasan KEHI will protect and restore Harapan Rainforest in close partnership with the German nature conservation organisation NABU and its British BirdLife partner, the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB). Read more: www.nabu.de/en/themen/international/laender/indonesien/harapan/. This is an international NABU activity that is not sponsored by Apple.


    HOW TO PLAY

    In the beginning, it's as easy as pie!

    * Simply tap on the game's eyes, listen to wild animal sounds and find matches with the same sound!
    * Whoever finds a match can listen to the animal sound in its entirety, look at brilliant animal photos and read exciting information about every animal.
    * Win a download code for the tiger as ring tone - guaranteed after playing through the first level in Easy Mode!

    Slowly, it gets a little more difficult:

    * The number of eyes increases, they move about and the allotted time gets shorter and shorter!
    * Now you have to listen closely, keeping the eyes within view and making sure to tap on them quickly.
    * In this way, you can win the next download code for a wild ring tone - after playing through all 20 levels of Easy Mode!

    Things really start to warm up at the most difficult level:

    * Now, it's not only about finding matching sounds more quickly, now the object is to find matching pairs by identifying two sounds from the same species of wild animal, which may or may not sound identical. Just the thing for trained ears and skilled players!
    * For this, there is an additional download code as a reward (for playing through all 20 levels in Hard Mode)!


    Please note:

    * With the three download codes included in the app, you can download three different wild animal sounds as ring tones for your iPhone and for use on your iPad or iPod from www.wildtunes.org free of charge.
    * More wild ring tones from wildTunes, e.g., nightingale, owl and wolf are available at iTunes (search for wildTunes on your device).

    This contest is a wildtunes activity that is not sponsored by Apple.

    CREDITS

    Copyright © by Oertel + Fußer GbR, All rights reserved.

    The unique affiliation between intelligent playing fun, education and customized ring tones with financial aid for the protection of wild animals is based on www.nature-rings.com.
    wildTunes was designed and implemented by Alphablind Studio www.alphablind.com. The ANIMAL SOUNDS in the game are original sound documents from the world-renowned Animal Sound Archive of the Museum for Natural History in Berlin. The PHOTOS are taken by professional wildlife photographers: www.birdphoto.fi, www.naturfotografie-digital.de, www.Naturfoto-online.de and www.naturephoto-cz.com! The SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION is concentrated on the sounds of the wild animal species. All original texts were written in German by Gundula Christiane Oertel; the English translations are by Kenton Turk.
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