Mathos by Shanush Prema Thasarathan

Mathos by Shanush Perma Thasarathan is a math drill and a casual math game app. The beautifully designed interface is extremely clean and colorful. The game play is straight forward and addictive. Each level consist of answering equations correctly. The placement of the number keypad changes randomly for each equation, and to unlock the next level you... Continue Reading →

Sago Mini Forest Flyer by Sago Sago

Sago Mini Forest Flyer by Sago Sago is a completely opened ended exploring game for the iOS devices. My 6 year loves it. She takes controls the little bird and flies around discovering new places for the bird to play with. The places that have interaction are clearly marked as you fly by them. The... Continue Reading →

World Zoo Uncaged by Valarmabash!

World Zoo Uncaged by Valarmabash is an incredibly unique app. As the title suggests, it is a world zoo. A couple dozen animals are available to be selected. Once selected you can hear the names of the animal in 50+ languages as spoken in a particular country or region (it might be more than 100... Continue Reading →

Toca Hair Salon 2 by Toca Boca

After our summer hiatus, what would be better than to start with a review of a Toca Boca app. Toca Hair Salon is yet again a beautifully executed app that will delight children young and old. In this app you are a head dresser. In a usual Toca Boca fashion the game play is completely... Continue Reading →

Fibble HD by Crytek

We have reviewed plenty in the past, but sometimes I question the educational value of some puzzle apps. I can understand the need to teach children reflexes and spacial problem solving, but how many of these apps do you need clogging up your phone or tablet. In Fibble HD by Crytek Gmbh you fling the... Continue Reading →

Save The Last Drop by Gregory Roumanis

Save The Last Drop bills itself as an educational and entertaining game. The key word is "and". The educational part of the app is only remotely connected to the game part. The educational part of the app consists of facts being presented over a static background. Since the facts are not read, for younger plays... Continue Reading →

I Spy with Lola by BeiZ Ltd.

I have played I spy with my children on long road trips. I Spy with Lola is not exactly that game, but it is a lot of fun. Lola the panda travels from place to place around the world. By clicking on a place you enter a scene where you are prompted to find particular... Continue Reading →

Smash Your Food by Food N’ Me

Wouldn't it be fun to smash a donut? Would you allow your children to smash foods if it didn't involve a mess, didn't waste food, and provided educational facts about the foods we eat? Smash Your Food attempts to do just that. The game is fairly simple. You guess what the sugar, fat and salt... Continue Reading →

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