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Animal Games for Kids: Puzzles - A Puzzle Game for Toddlers, Preschoolers, and Young Children (Kindle Tablet Edition)

by Scott Adelman Apps Inc
Rated: All Ages

Price: $1.99
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
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What's new in version 1.36
  • * Fixed information in the parents section

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Product Features

  • 12 different animal puzzles to choose from with beach, arctic, and forest themes!
  • Bright and fun animal images with animations when the puzzles are completed!
  • Paint bubbles to pop at the end of each puzzle!
  • Increasing difficulty.
  • Easy for kids to use and control.

Product Description

Do your kids love animals? Do they love puzzles? Look no further. Animal Games for Kids: Puzzles is a fun animated puzzle game for toddlers , preschoolers and kids from ages 1 to 6.

Features:
* 12 different animal puzzles to choose from with beach, arctic, and forest themes!
* Bright and fun animal images with animations when the puzzles are completed!
* Positive encouragement.
* Paint bubbles to pop at the end of each puzzle!
* Increasing difficulty.
* Easy for kids to use and control.

If you have questions, need support, or have a suggestion, please email us at: orionsmason@gmail.com

Privacy Policy -
This app:
- Does not contain ads
- Does not contain links to social networks
- Does not use data collection tools

Technical Details

Size: 38.6MB
Version: 1.36
Developed By: Scott Adelman Apps Inc ( Privacy Policy Click to see complete result in a new window )
Minimum Operating System: Android 2.2
Approximate Download Time: Less than 5 minutes

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My 2 1/2 year old loves this game on my Kindle Fire. She is really good at it and wants to play it all the time.
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Great game for toddlers. Pretty simple, placing chunks of shapes into the silhouette of the animal. The art is solid, colorful. Toddler didn't have any issues with learning how to move the pieces and seemed to understand what was required.
When a puzzle's completed, there is a reward of cheering, applause, and numerous bubbles or balloons appear from below that can be popped when tapped on. (Our toddler attempts to pop them quickly. It's fun to watch.)
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They range from simple to somewhat complex, so there is enough of a skill span to keep both the very young toddler and the preschooler entertained. It certainly taught them advanced touchscreen skills, they can now drag and drop and maneuver around as easily as I can. Along with the truck puzzles, these are a top favorite with my boys.
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My almost 3-year old granddaughter loves these puzzles. She gets my Kindle, pulls up the puzzles and puts them all together. i love the interactive features! Highly recommend it!
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My daughter loves these and has systematically worked through all of them at this point and will take the Kindle, unlock it, open the app and play this. I wish it integrated with their other versions so all puzzles were under one app, but all in all it's solid.
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I give it to my 2 year and he won't put it down. Engaging interface with great graphics! I would recommend for parents for their kids to play on drives, or waiting rooms, or many other things.
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My 21 month old grand-daughter loves (most) of these match games. It was a little difficult at first because the match was rather precision. But she soon grasp this and now 'really' loves them. Why the 'most' comment? Some of the simple ones she simply rejects and Who knows why? This is great for dexterity skill and "eye to hand" coordination; Highly recommended.
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By flute on September 11, 2012
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after reading the description and numerous reviews praising this app I was looking forward to doing these puzzles with my preschool grandchildren. I was disappointed. the puzzles subjects are very appropriate and the increasing difficulty done well. except for one thing they would be great! the dexterity needed is above what most children in the target age have. first.you must touch to get hold of puzzle piece and slide it to appropriate spot. you must keep steady pressure on the piece or it will spring buack to where it started and you must start over. so you must never change pressure on piece or it springs back. also many piece aresmall enough that when you are moving them you can hardly see them under their finger to check where they xare to place the piece. if the piece would stay right where it is when the child'sfinger lifts off so the child can check where it is going and then continue to move it towards desired placement.
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