Half Price promotion – Discworld: The Ankh-Morpork Map for iPad

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July 17th, 2013

Discworld: The Ankh-Morpork Map for iPad

To celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Discworld, the wonderful Discworld: The Ankh-Morpork Map for iPad is available for half price for a limited period only.

From today (17th July) until Wednesday 31st July, iPad owners can download the app from the App Store for just £4.99.

A no.1 Reference app in twelve countries, The Ankh-Morpork Map is the first ever app set in Discworld and is packed full of fantastic content. As well as containing the full text from The Compleat Ankh-Morpork, alongside exclusive new illustrations, animations, audio and video, the app includes the following features:

* Two beautifully detailed, hand-drawn maps of Ankh-Morpork
* Explore a living, breathing animated map of Discworld’s most famous city with over 1,500 residents wandering the streets
* Keep an eye out for famous Discworld characters going about their business
* Find your way around with a detailed street map
* Discover over 2,000 businesses, services and landmarks
* Listen to a bespoke soundscape that ebbs and flows as you explore to match the atmosphere of the city at work.
* Navigate with ease, with a fully searchable city directory and street index
* Take a guided walking tour of famous landmarks with historian Hortensia D’Antiqua (voiced by Blackadder’s Helen Atkinson Wood)
* Read quotes from the Discworld novels
* Unlock achievements as you explore
* Deliver post for the Blind Letters Office

Praise for the app:
‘The Discworld is warm, silly, fantastically inventive… There’s never been anything quite like it’ – Evening Standard
‘His spectacular inventiveness makes the Discworld series one of the perennial joys of modern fiction’ Mail on Sunday

‘Ankh-Morpork at your fingertips. Just remember to wash your hands afterwards!’ – Terry Pratchett

Download the app from the App Store

Visit the App website

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Comments for: Half Price promotion – Discworld: The Ankh-Morpork Map for iPad

  1. Theodor says:

    Good day

    I am trying to purchase ebook version of your fantastic novels on the ibooks store…sadly they are not available in the namibian istore…can this be remedied somehow?

  2. Michael Walsh says:

    I love the map, but surely goatbergers is in the wrong pace, mr goatbergers looks out of his window and watches Walter plinge sweep the front steps of the opera house, can’t do that from the back!

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