Every adventure must be shared!

Ale will guide and support your children in this learning experience. He’ll become your children’s best friend, and yours too. Ale takes you inside the Boxies platform: He’ll give you instructions and encourage your children to keep playing and overcome challenges while also identifying their emotions and sharing them with you.

Ale is restless, cheerful, brave, daring, sensitive, caring and, above all, very adventurous! He loves discovering new things and new worlds, traveling and making friends. Ale is passionate about life and has great respect for nature.

He likes to be surrounded by friends and interact with others, and her favorite hobby is playing with children.

That’s why Ale is inviting you to discover the digital age through a combination of physical, technological and cultural elements.

What is Ale like?
Ale is a very special kind of friend because He has butterfly wings, a lizard tail, elephant legs, frog eyes, and a duck mouth while also being as cute as a puppy.

As a parent, why is Ale so important?
Ale is your partner and ally, as well as your children’s. Ale will help your children develop a structure of values and principles from an early age through self-conclusive stories and by demonstrating great friendship.

Ale is born into the “Tree of Life” universe where he grows and develops. The tree is Ale’s world, and he learns about it as your children learn about their world, creating a sense of collaboration.

Where was he born?
Ale is a unique character, a colorful and magical alebrije who was born from the imagination of Ángel Pozos, one of Boxies’ founders who is also a filmmaker, screenwriter and 3D animator, and winner of national and international awards, including the Guanajuato International Film Festival (GIFF) Best Film Innovation Project Award.

Ale is Boxies’ main character, and you will get to know him better in the TV series where he will help your children with the fundamental questions of who, what, why, where, when, and how in a narrated story by Tomás de Andrés Tripero from his book El desarrollo de la inteligencia fílmica.