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Young kids can build objects and solve puzzles with Puzzle Shapes, new this week, or go on an aerial adventure with the updated McPanda: Super Pilot. Or, encounter a virtual cheetah in augmented reality, teach your toddler about shapes and colors, and then explore the seasons with new and updated apps from independent developers all over the world.
Plus, a sale on ReadAskChat and a Fiete app for free!
by wonderkind GmbH
New. A building blocks game for young kids aged 2-5 years. Kids can recreate figures and patterns like a car, truck, plane, nature, as well as learn basic counting and match pairs, colors, sizes and shapes.
McPanda: Super Pilot
by wonderkind GmbH
Updated. An open-world experience for kids. Fly exciting missions, experience great adventures and become a real flying hero. Choose one of the super-cool planes and your favorite pilot. Each aircraft has special abilities that help you solve tasks and missions.
Plushie Baby Shapes and Colors
by Plush Soft OOD
Plushie Baby: Shapes and Colors is the latest game in the Plushie series. It’s targeted for the youngest of players and it aims to entertain and educate about colors and shapes.
Interact with a virtual cheetah up close using augmented reality and help the Cheetah Conservation Fund to #SaveTheCheetah.
Toddler & Kids Learning Games
Updated. Toddler & Kids Learning Games is a kid friendly alternative for parents and educators in learning young children about the natural world in a fun and engaging way. The app has a high-quality design and kids can explore different nature based settings learning the basic concepts about a season: temperature, plants and fruits lifecycle, baby birds and caterpillar.
ReadAskChat Sale and Giveaway
ReadAskChat, the app for learning to read in a fun, interactive environment, is having a 50% off launch sale through December 25th ($1.99 a month or $14.99 a year). They are also having a giveaway for a three month subscription hosted by the iMums. You can find it, and a review of the app, at the theimum.com.
Get Fiete Match for Free December 15-17
In Fiete Match, kids do not play against an invisible computer player, but against Fiete himself. And he sits directly opposite the children like a real teammate, reaches for the memo cards and shows different reactions – depending on whether he wins or loses.
Fiete Match can be played in different levels of difficulty. The children can adjust the number of memo cards and also how strong Fiete should play. The higher the floor in the lighthouse, the trickier the tasks become. The children have to find not only the same pictures, but also couples that fit together logically.
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