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Works with

  • Windows Phone 8.1
  • Windows Phone 8
  • Windows Phone 7.5
  • Windows Phone 7

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  • phone identity
  • owner identity
  • location services
  • photo, music, and video libraries
  • data services
  • phone dialer
  • movement and directional sensor
  • web browser component
  • HD720P (720x1280)
  • WVGA (480x800)
  • WXGA (768x1280)
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The Nutcracker

This animated book is one of many in the Children’s Classic Fairytales series produced by XIMAD team. The Nutcracker is a story written in 1816 by E. T. A. Hoffmann in which young Marie Stahlbaum's favorite Christmas toy, the Nutcracker, comes alive and, after defeating the evil Mouse King in battle, whisks her away to a magical kingdom populated by dolls.


- Illustrations that respond to your hand-gestures and come to life as you flip the pages

- Objects that move and get animated when you tilt the device and tap on its screen

- A perfect way to get your children interested in reading and keep them entertained whenever you are busy.

Interact with your favorite characters.
Enjoy this book created with our love and devotion.
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  • by Scott 4/17/2013
    Cute, but would be a lot better with a voice that read along.
  • by Clancy 11/25/2012
    Animations are beautifully done; however, I think I was expecting more from this app.
  • by Kyle 11/21/2012
    Really enjoyed this story. The interactivity is fun. Great for getting in the Christmas spirit. I also enjoyed the small Disneyland cameo towards the end.
  • by Cyclemom7 12/25/2011
    A wonderful, simple & lovely way to bring the short version of 'The Nutcracker' to life. Children & adults alike will enjoy it for many years.
  • by MWebberx 12/10/2011
    the story is ful of mystery and the graphics in the app is cool!
  • by Jerbarkz 12/10/2011
    I've read this book several times. And it doesn't make me feel bored! fine that it's free :)