List/Grid Monthly Archives: November 2012

Review Excerpt: Toca Tailor lets you design and style outfits for four “discerning and quirky characters,” by choosing patterns, adjusting hemlines or lengthening the sleeves. ...
Review Excerpt: Tiny Drivers: Schoolbus introduces the letters of the alphabet by way of a nicely illustrated school bus and a good metaphor (picking up letter sounds). There are two ...
Review Excerpt: Speedster is one of a series of Worx Toys vehicles that come with clear plastic shells so you can see the insides light up in response to movement or a sequence of code ...
Review Excerpt: Jigsaw puzzles apps — where you drag and drop the pieces into place–  abound. But few are designed as well as Sort and Stack Toys 3D. Designed in Romania, ...
Review Excerpt: This is the free, teaser version of Solar Walk (CTR July 2010) which focuses only on Saturn’s view of the solar system. The full version of the app ($.99) gives ...
Review Excerpt: This is a digital retelling of the classic Disney story. Created in Spain, the large, 1.6 GB app features typical page by page, touch the hot spot design, with eight ...
Review Excerpt: Big news for little kids. Sixteen new plastic Skylander figurines have been released for Fall 2012, and eight of them are Giant-sized, with “Giant” being ...
Review Excerpt: We’ve all seen a shadow, but can you guess the shape behind the shadow? This collection of 50 spatial puzzles uses shadows as clues, and it really gives you a ...
Review Excerpt: In this app, you start with a helicopter view of the plateau where the pyramids, tombs and the Sphinx are located— at Giza near Cairo, Egypt. As you “fly” ...
Review Excerpt: Designed to make visits to the doctor’s office easier for a child to understand, this doll-house-like experience contains five rooms, including a waiting room, ...
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