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Luke Spotisode28 : Navigannetastrophe


Luke Spotisode28 : Navigannetastrophe
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Description

It's not just a show - it's a Spotisode! Watch an episode of Lifeboat Luke, but don't just sit there like a drifting dinghy; get those ogling gogglers and fidgeting fingers jiggling jogglingly!

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SPOTISODE 28: NAVIGANNETASTROPHE: Stanley thinks the seal ate all the fish- so ban it! Luke sees more ships than he thought were on the planet! The chaos ensuing, the havoc that’s brewing- all effects of the things one large sea-bird is doing- yes Gannet!

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WHAT IS A SPOTISODE?
Every Spotisode comes with a COMPLETE FIVE MINUTE EPISODE of Lifeboat Luke. Watch the episode, but keep your eyes open for the items in your Spotlist - a sock, a spoon, a schlump of seaweed, stuff like that. If you see one, tap the screen! There are 20 items to find in each Spotisode, so keep playing until you find them all!

There are already 27 other spotisodes out there, and more to come! Keep your gogglers agog for Wreckasizzlyossage!

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WHO IS LIFEBOAT LUKE?
Lifeboat Luke is a brave young lifeboat from the mad, magical, Irish seaside town of Donaghadoo. Luke, Ardal the Coxswain and the rest of the stalwart & steadfast crew are responsible for the rescue of the reckless, the improbable and the irresponsible.

Lifeboat Luke is an exciting search & rescue children's animation series. It's the first 52-part animation series to be produced entirely in Ireland, and is currently being broadcast in over 20 countries worldwide.

Visit www.lifeboatluke.tv for more online games and activities!

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