iPhone and iPad apps tagged "kids games."
Celebrate Earth Day and Be a Panda Hero
Barefoot Explorers’ Panda Hero for iPhone and iPod Touch is an ideal game to celebrate Earth Day and helps bring a bit of environmental awareness into the technology laden world of kids. Panda Hero is a unique combination of adventure game and virtual pet.
Take Your Favorite Tot on an iPhone Animal Hide & Seek Adventure
Animal Hide & Seek Adventure for iPhone is a game for young children featuring colorful animation and friendly music built around a simple seek and find premise. Choose from three adventure themes – jungle, circus, and ocean – and find the animals hidden in each image.
MonsterABC Wraps up Entertainment and Education in One App
One of the newer edutainment apps to hit the marker is MonsterABC, an alphabet primer with a monstrously cute theme.
Jumping Panda's Comparison to Super Mario Bros. is a Stretch
Jumping Panda - I can’t speak for my colleagues, but as a review writer I often come across applications or products that fall into a sort of gray area — it might be something with possible but unmet potential or hidden value that’s difficult to gauge.
WackyLands Green is Three Great Games in One
What do a surfer dude, a hippo and a bunch of cows have in common? When you play WackyLands Green, it is your job to save them all. WacklyLands Green from Fair Play Labs is three games in one app.
In Surfer’s Nightmare, you shoot fish at hungry sharks to keep them from eating a surfer.
Tamagotchi: 'Round the World Is Really, Really, Really Cute
Tamagotchi: 'Round the World — For my own peace of mind, and to make sure we're all on the same page here, I feel like I should start this off by stating that I am, generally, pro-cute. I like cute boys, and cute shoes, and cute couples.
Supermarket Mania Comes to the App Store
Already a frequently downloaded PC game, Supermarket Mania is now stocked in the App Store thanks to G5 Entertainment.
Brain Thaw: Got A Cool Head for Math?
Brain Thaw - I feel comfortable saying that there's nothing in the world that can't be improved at least a little bit by adding penguins. They're cute! They waddle! They... eat numbers? In Brain Thaw, they do.
Moo Shake shakes a tail feather — and a cow belly and a cat head
Moo Shake - A martial arts zebra, a bandanna-wearing feline ballerina and a hula hooping cow? It's a curious combination, but sure, why not.
FindIT Carnival: A Party in Your Pocket?
If you were ever into things like Where's Waldo? and I Spy, it seems like FindIT Carnival by Granet Entertainment should be right up your alley. It's a great way to work on your powers of observation.
Munster Matcher is a Matching Game That Requires Monster Memory
If you're afraid of ghosts and ghouls and things that go bump in the night, you had better leave a light on, because...no, not really. Munster Matcher, despite being chock-full of, well, monsters, isn't scary at all.
DuckDuckDuck is Child's Play, Like Koi Pond With Rubber Ducks
Rubber duckies are so fun, according to Sesame Street's Ernie. Sadly, DuckDuckDuck, from Majic Jungle Software, is not the one for me. It's either because I'm too old or too easily bored (probably both).
Bobby Carrot Forever: A Game Suitable For Kids
Strange and wonderful things happen in dreamland when rabbits go to sleep; this is the premise of Bobby Carrot Forever.
iFluff Pets is an Adorable, if Pointless, Virtual Pet App
The iFluff Pets app, created by SGN, is destined to be (OK, fine, already is) the sort of application that I absolutely don't need but inexplicably love.
Flight of the Hamsters is an Absolute Blast
Inspired by Cartoon Network’s animated series Codename: Kids Next Door, Flight of the Hamsters for the iPhone/iPod touch is a unique game app that utilizes touch screen controls to launch hamsters from a spring board on as continuous a flight as possible to achieve the greatest distance.
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