Immersed in virtual world you create objects to solve puzzles: need a rope to get a star, type the word rope and it appears. As the level progress, the objects you need to type and the puzzles get harder and harder. It was a great game on the Nintendo DS, and it made the transition to iOS devices beautifully. It is also a fraction of the cost of the Nintendo DS game.
Although targeted to children that can spell, it also has playgrounds that younger children with a help of an adult can create objects to play with. The publisher continues to update the app with different playgrounds. The latest involves a classroom for the back to school season.
Only complaint I have heard from my daughter: limited selection of girl players and you have to buy them. I would also love to see it for Android devices.
It is a spelling puzzle game that my kids enjoy playing again and again again.
Available only on Apple App Store for .99.
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I’m loving these app reviews! I’ve never heard of any of these. This one sounds very neat!
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