Touch the screen with your finger or push the action button to move forward.
If the game keeps freezing, try doing a hard reset.Click the home button on your iPad to get to the home screen. Then double-click the home button again. The multitasking bar will appear.Touch the thumbnail of the Apptivity game until it wiggles, and then touch the minus button.Then click the home button again, and restart the game by clicking the thumbnail for the game on your home screen.
For best results, make sure doll parts are clean and dry before installing in Monster Maker. If your design did not print completely, erase ink using the provided sponge. Add water and a little dish soap (not included) and rub with the sponge until the ink is removed. Dry the doll part thoroughly before putting it back in the Monster Maker.
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Be sure to fly the cat in an open area and not too close to other people. Also, do not put your fingers or any other objects in the propellers.
Fold the wings in half.The purple wings with details (with lines) should face the front.(Clicking noise will be heard to indicate that the wings are properly folded).
When placing wings on doll, turn the doll so that the back of the doll is facing you. Snap the bigger clasp with flower pattern on the top while the smaller clasp snaps to the bottom. (Clicking noise will indicate it is snapped on correctly).
If done correctly, the top clasp will be right next to the flower borders (see Back Wings Image).
If wings are snapped on correctly and the wings do not open, then move arms slightly forward (see “Slightly forward Arm” pictures).
Each character has a special ability that allows them to do unique actions within their world.It is able to be activated when the base glows on screen and there is a humming sound effect; at that point you can press the action button on the base of the figure.
oFrankie’s special ability is to electrify objects.
Battery requirements can be found inside the battery compartment itself or toward the beginning of each product manual.
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