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Review Excerpt: Recurring in-app purchases meet a seven year old’s desire to collect things to decorate an igloo, in this new iPad version of Club Penguin ($free, http://appstore.com/clubpenguin). ...
Review Excerpt: Three well designed activities with limited content are embedded in a simple story, creating a playful logic and language experience. From the main menu, you can choose ...
Review Excerpt: This collection of six games features Peppa Pig and his animated animal friends. It is one of several Peppa Pig apps. The games include: Jigsaw Puzzles (four puzzles ...
Review Excerpt: Looking for a great first-app for a toddler or preschooler? Three fail-safe activities playfully pull children to a setting where they can discover the first math and ...
Note: Read more about this title, and watch the review, at “A Boring Subject Meets Excellent Design.” Review Excerpt: Children can choose five puzzles that vary in difficulty; ...
Review Excerpt: Available for both Android and Apple mobile devices, the $2 app features a solid design and playful 3D graphics. This particular story mixes a Snow White and the Seven ...
Review Excerpt: Three classification games start easy, and progressively get more challenging. The transportation theme will have a strong appeal to some children. The activities are ...
Review excerpt: Playful yet powerful, here’s another easy, solid app from Duck Duck Moose.  The five activities give you plenty to do. You can wash a car after a trip through ...
Review excerpt: This “app toy” (Toca Boca’s approach to app design) takes place in a house where five zany friends live, one on each floor. You help them with their ...
Review excerpt: As with other I SPY titles, the riddles form the basis of the castle theme. They also hide 12 mini games and three logic puzzles. The more riddles you solve, the more ...
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