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As a dentist for monsters, you'll journey into the cavernous mouths of ENORMOUS monsters in order to solve their dental problems before their mouths can slam shut! Monster Mouth DDS lets you take control of being a dentist for an array of wacky monster patients, each of which has a unique complaint that you'll have to deal with as quickly as you can, while inflicting as little pain as possible.
- Easy touch controls: Rub a tooth to clean it. - X-ray teeth to find hidden cracks. - Use bombs to blow open cracked teeth. - Pull out creepy cavities with tongs. - Fun for all ages and kid-friendly. - Avoid causing pain to monsters, or it's game over! - Compete with your friends on the Game Center/Open Feint leaderboards
As an adult I kind of like playing around with this silly game .. you have to clean and repair the teeth of monsters before they either freeze up the screen or other things.. its entertaining ..but really its for kids over 6.. it gets boring after a while. great idea and could use more added things to do to make it more fun and maybe more levels...the speed makes it hard for a small child but alittle older it could be fun just for a short time though. I noticed one persons write up saying they couldnt figure out how tools worked but its quite easy to figure out. Bombs take out the tooth,the pliers are for pulling the live nerves out.
I think this game is fun and pretty hard. I can try to brush the monsters teeth very fast but something always gets in the way and I try so very hard that my arms wanna fall off from getting tired!! I don't recommend this for kids but it definitely will help with hand eye coordination for adults. The graphics are really great but that's because I have a Note 2 and it's a very powerful phone. Other reviewers say there's lagging but I haven't encountered such problems. Overall, it's really a cute fun game. I can definitely scratch off being a dentist as a career choice!
got this yesterday when it was the free app for the day. downloaded it for my 7 (almost 8) year old. watched him play it, on easy... he was doing fine till the third level and said "this is too complicated, i dont like this" basically he said it because the teeth will still get dirty, even after you brush them. and they were getting dirty faster than he can do anything. seemed like he was just brushing the teeth over and over not able to do anything else. and yes there is a timer. which i think they should get rid of on at least the easy part (you can choose between easy and hard) for the littler kids. you can still get 3 strikes if you hurt the monster in some way. like if this bat comes along and you try to swat it, but you hit the monsters tooth instead. and i think they should show how to do things with hand motions as well, i had to show him what to do on some of them cuz he didnt read it.
I downloaded this for my kids - 8 &10 - they both said it was boring, slow and just not fun - they deleted it after maybe 5 minutes of play - they really wanted to try a dentist game so I was happy this came up as the faotd - it will cure them of begging for more games like this!
Has an ad for slots game on loading and a link to same ad it's home screen. Does not exit on back like all apps should and it keeps running until force stopped. Game isn't bad but I don't think my kids would go to the dentist after seeing a bomb used on a cavity. Also there is no scoring.
The free app of the day from Amazon's app store for June 11, 2013 is Monster Mouth DDS from Breaktime Studios.
Amazon picks a dental game for the free app of the day just when another paid dental game appears to be at the top of the paid app charts in the Amazon store. Even free dental games have been at the top quite a bit lately under Amazon's free app charts.
I am sorry to say that I am one who doesn't get the appeal of these type of dental games. In this game you have to do several things to fix the monsters teeth. The most annoying and common type of thing you have to do is brush plaque like stuff off their teeth by rubbing your finger over and over the tartar so much it wears your finger out after a short while. There are other things used to fix the teeth in some levels or game modes such as a machete weapon which is much more easier on the finger since it works a lot better than the toothbrush to clean teeth. But even with the machete, you will likely have to keep repeating the rubbing actions on your touchscreen as the game moves rather quickly.
Other issues with this game is the rather long time it takes when it opens from the title screens. In addition to that you are presented with an ad for one of their casino games every time it opens from the title screens.
Since the game is playable and might appeal to some despite the quick repetitive motions required to play this game, I am going to give this one 2 out of 5 stars.
A suggestion to Amazon: Next time you pick a top of the charts type app for a free app of the day, please choose a game show app since none of those have been chosen yet to the best of my knowledge. There are like 3 apps (Wheel of Fortune, Price is Right, and Jeopardy) in the paid top 100 much of the time. You could even pick that knock off unofficial Deal or No Deal clone called Deal or Not instead if the other 3 can't be chosen as a free app of the day.
I got this app as the free app of the day. I expected it to be a juvenile timewaster. Unfortunately, it's merely a waste of time. The game play is tedious, certain actions don't appear to register well and after about the first 5 seconds scrubbing back and forth to mimic brushing becomes annoying. Save your buck.
I got it as the FAOTD for my 3 year old daughter, but found it a bit to hard for her to understand. Kept me busy for awhile though=) would recommend this for children that can read. I think it's a cute game to occupy your time=)