Creative learning

Make a Scene is a fun, interactive game that engages children’s natural sense of creativity. It’s aimed primarily at young children, but will provide hours of entertainment for children (and adults!) of all ages. Helping to develop vocabulary, fine motor skills, co-ordination and creative thinking, Make a Scene offers a great way for children to play and learn together.

Learning experience

Helping to develop vocabulary, fine motor skills, co-ordination and creative thinking, Make a Scene offers a great way for your child to play and learn at the same time.

Fun animations

We’re not like other stickers apps with basic, two frame animations. Our detailed animations engage the children, make them giggle, and animate at random times, bringing their scenes to life.

Multi touch enabled

You can add or move multiple stickers at the same time. Great for playing along with your children or allowing multiple children to play simultaneously!

Save a snapshot

You can save your created scenes as an image to your device so you can show them in a slideshow or print them out.

Share with friends

Share your creations with friends and family on facebook, twitter or via email. All done directly from within the app!

Engaging sounds

A clear voice-over reads the name of each item aloud and fun sound effects and background ambience help to bring your scene to life.

Retina graphics

Our apps now support high quality vector graphics for retina devices.

Child friendly

Automatic depth of field and an easy-to-use toolbar and menus ensure your child will not get lost encouraging independent play.

Intelligent flip

Stickers can be flipped allowing endless scene possibilities.


“This is one of the best apps for kids we have ever seen. No detail was spared in the quality or execution… Make a Scene would even make the great Jim Henson proud. Yep, it’s that good.”

WebOS Nation: Best webOS Apps for Kids


“I use your Make A Scene apps in therapy sessions with my students as they provide so many different opportunities to elicit language. My students beg to have free choice time at the end of their sessions just so they have the opportunity to make a scene and email it to their parents and teacher. These are some of the best motivators that i have found in years of delivering therapy services in the public schools. Thanks for developing a wonderful easy to use application that kids love!!!”

Sherri Finks