June 21, 2013

Another great interactive iPad story we’ve been working on is Ngurrara. Written by Tyson Mawion from Weerianna Street Media, this is a Ngarluma story spanning 30,000 years.┬áBefore white settlement, before the pyramids, before the Bible, there was Murujuga- the worlds largest and oldest rock art gallery. Ngurrara is told through the eyes of three young men as they fish, hunt and carve their own stories.

Throughout this interactive story the reader can listen and learn words from the Ngarluma language. The app also feature a making-of behind the scene for Ngurrara, as well a ‘rock art’ app to carve your own story.

To find out more about Ngurrara, go here or download the story on your iPad at the iTunes store here.

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