Independent developer Frima Studio has announced a television adaptation of its popular mobile app series CosmoCamp is in development in partnership with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) and Radio-Canada. The animated series will follow the adventures of two space bear buddies, Migo and Pandy, who explore their world with one goal in mind: bringing justice and happiness to all.
“Frima’s energy and creativity are contagious and we’re excited to partner with them in adapting the CosmoCamp brand to TV,” said Kim Wilson, Creative Head of Children’s and Youth Programming at CBC.
The CosmoCamp animated series will be developed for children ages 4-6, bringing the cosmic balls of cuteness to life in living rooms. The CosmoCamp universe includes a suite of interactive storybooks and mobile game applications for kids that introduce fun new adventures that teach, inspire, and foster creative development. The apps were developed in collaboration with child specialists of Laval University to tune the world and its characters to be perfectly tailored to learning and enjoyment for toddlers and preschoolers.
“Frima is thrilled to bring its first original property from the video games world to TV,” said Steve Couture, CEO of Frima Studio. “It marks an important milestone in Frima’s strategy to become a global entertainment company.”