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The Super Scoop on the Bratz Action Heroez App!

August 4, 2013

Hey Bratz Fans!

Alex here, to fill everybody in on the super awesome new Bratz Action Heroez app out now! We posted a little about it on our facebook page and some of our readers wanted to know more about this amazing app! Hopefully I can cover everything with this 🙂

There's more than one way to save the day! Click to view full size.

There’s more than one way to save the day! Click to view full size.

The first thing you’ll notice in the home screen is that thare are two ways to play! “Adventure” mode does not require a Bratz Action Heroez figurine or AR matt (Though it can be enhanced with them – I’ll cover that later) and is the “main game” of the app. “Virtual Experience” mode has several features involving the figurines and matts, which are not only fun on their own, but can also enhance gameplay in “Adventure” mode, which again, I’ll cover later in this piece.

First up, here’s Adventure Mode!

Bratz Action Heroez to the rescue! Click to view full size.

Bratz Action Heroez to the rescue! Click to view full size.

In Adventure mode, you play as Yasmin (Unless you have any of the figures & mats for other characters, in which case you can switch and play as any of the ones you’ve unlocked with the mat) who is now an Action Hero, and are introduced to the city of Passionview. After fixing a broken fountain, you meet Evilla Vanderbelt (pictured above), the villainess of the game whose mission is to suck all the color out of Passionview, and eventually the world! The first step to stopping her is to destroy her troll-esque minions that are wreaking havoc all around the city! To do this, you run around, hunt them down and use your super powers (Depending on which doll you’re playing as; Yasmin’s tornado twirl, Cloe’s speed dash, Shira’s angel flight, Roxxi’s fire whip, or Phoebe’s ice shield!) and the kicking action to destroy them all! Since the game has only been out for about two days now, it’s still in version 1.0, so your next mission after killing off the minions is still locked, but we’re excited to play it when the first update comes out! For now, I’ll cover some of the other exciting features in Adventure mode.

Strike a pose! Click to view full size.

Strike a pose! Click to view full size.

The city of Passionview is totally huge, and covered in beautiful Bratz billboards! So far, I’ve seen the 2010 basic art, Twisty Style Jade’s, and the four girlz in their “branding” outfits we wrote about when the BratzCam app launched. Fun little Easter Egg: One of the shirts on the clothing racks actually has some cute throwback Yasmin art on it from 2007! So far, I’ve explored enough to see Passionview’s beach, market, Colliseum, drive-in theater, the fashion district, the town center, and of course all the buildings and alleyways. Surrounding the city are several fantasy-themed locations too, though none are available yet (They’ll be unlocked in further updates), they all look really cool!

Check out the signs - SO many places to visit soon! Click to view full size.

Check out the signs – SO many places to visit soon! Click to view full size.

 

And now for the “Virtual Experience Mode”!

As you can see, there's TONS to do! Click to view full size.

As you can see, there’s TONS to do! Click to view full size.

This mode makes use of the cute Action Heroez figurines and AR mats included with the dolls, unlocking each character, as well as six fashions for each, individual “training” minigames, and more!

Not pictured: Yasmin's My Passion outfit, but that's available too! Click to view full size.

Not pictured: Yasmin’s My Passion outfit, but that’s available too! Click to view full size.

When you choose the fashion option and scan your figure, you insantly unlock their fashion line – six outfits that you can now wear in Adventure Mode, as well as “Party Mode” (Which I’ll cover next). I’ve only got Yasmin, Cloe, and Shira at the moment, so I’m really excited to see what new fashions the Twiins will unlock! Shira borrows Sasha’s (unreleased) Twisty Style fashion, her My Passion look, her Xpress it! outfit, “branding” fashion, fall 2013 basic look, and of course Shira’s own Action Heroez suit! Cloe’s fashions come from her fall basic doll, Twisty Style, Xpress it!, My Passion, All Glammed Up Designer Streaks, and of course her Action Heroez doll. Yasmin’s are from her My Passion, fall basic, Xpress it!, Rock, and Action Heroez dolls, plus an unknown fashion (center), with a cute striped top!

Closmin party! Click to view full size.

Closmin party! Click to view full size.

The Party Mode in the virtual experience allows you to scan more than one figure and watch them interact with each other! Each of the figures will greet each other differently, which is totally cute, and as you can see, they stay in the outfits you picked out in the fashion feature!

Cloe's training! Click to view full size.

Cloe’s training! Click to view full size.

Shira's training! Click to view full size.

Shira’s training! Click to view full size.

Yasmin's training! Click to view full size.

Yasmin’s training! Click to view full size.

Each character will also unlock her own “training” minigame when scanned! These are not only super fun on their own, but with each level you pass, the character’s power actually increases in the Adventure Mode game! In Cloe’s game, you’ve got to dodge bombs being dropped while using her Speed Dash power to destroy the evil bugs and troll minions! How gross are those bugs?! LOL! Shira’s game is kind of like Action Heroez dodgeball, using her angel flight powers, you have to avoid the evil eyeballs running towards you. Yasmin’s minigame uses her Tornado Twirl to bust open boulders and unleash the flowers inside of them! All three are really fun, and surprisingly pretty challenging since you’re timed! It all pays off to boost your in-game power though 😉

So, that is the super awesome new Bratz Action Heroez app, available now in the app store for iPhone/iPod touch and iPad! Get it here 😀 if enough Bratzies get it (It’s free!), maybe it could even chart for a bit like the Style Starz app did last fall!

Be sure to check out my video review on the Bratz Action Heroez Yasmin, Cloe, and Shira dolls below too!

Stay Tuned & Stay Stylin’!
Bratz Boulevard

 

 

 

 

 

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5 Responses to “The Super Scoop on the Bratz Action Heroez App!”

  1. Evan Says:

    Action Heroez and Broom Racerz don’t seem to work. I have spent two days trying to get them to work and not once has it.


  2. Hi Alex! 😀 Can you give us any tips on how to successfully scan the little mat and figure to unlock the game options that are supposed to come with the dolls? Banana’s been trying and trying, and is getting very frustrated. We just can’t seem to get the little corners to line up perfectly enough or something? Has anyone else had a problem, do you know? We’re probably missing something really simple. Help? Thanks, hun! ;D


    • Hey!!! I had no clue you guys were on here!! I know it can be tricky! The mistake I made most often was being too high up, thinking it had to be scanned from directly above looking down, so that the mat was a perfect square like the average QR code. Turns out that isn’t the case, and the figure should be standing upright, facing the camera in the center of her mat! Wish I could take screenshots of it all lined up to show you the exact position, but as soon as it gets in line, the cute CGI mat & figure take up the screen 😛 Also, just a heads up if you haven’t already found out for yourselves, Cloe & Shira’s figures tend to fall over A LOT because of their hair, so I usually tape them down when I want to scan them. Yasmin usually stays put though, and is definitely the easiest to scan 🙂 Hope I helped, good luck!! 😀


  3. […] this link will take you to another review site called bratzboulevard that did a fantastic job on describing the app better. For our purposes getting the doll to sit on the mat correctly was the real challenge but […]

  4. Katie Says:

    It looks fun


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