3 different games that teach kids about numbers, colours and shapes
Free Play Mode - just dig, dump dirt and explore!
Tiny Diggers is a fun and educational truck game for kids aged 2-5 that puts your child in the seat of popular construction trucks. Drive an excavator while mastering numbers, a dumptruck while learning colours, and a bulldozer to discover basic shapes. Each truck's dashboard has fun and interactive movable parts, including a horn and a CB Radio. If your child wants a break they can always get their hands dirty in Free Play Mode!
FEATURES • 3 different trucks to control • 3 different games that teach kids about numbers, colours and shapes • Free Play Mode - just dig, dump dirt and explore! • Interactive environments • Animated characters and dozens of sounds throughout the game • No confusing menus or navigation
GAMES • Numbers: Drive an excavator and dig anywhere, then dump dirt on the number shown above the truck to progress. • Colors: Drive a Dumptruck and dump dirt on the colour shown above the truck to progress. • Shapes: Drive a Bulldozer and push dirt to the shape shown above the truck to progress. • Free Play Mode: Choose your truck and explore with no objectives.
we like this pretty well. there are a few glitches when playing sometimes and we have to shut it off and shut the tablet down to get it to shut off all the way, but that could be our tablet too. we have an off brand one and sometimes apps don't work very well with it. so who knows. has 3 different machines to choose to "work" with. you have to start the motor to get it to run, and then drive it. you have to dig, or push with a bulldozer, or whatever to do the "work" and look for the shapes or letters or whatever. is cute. my 2 year old likes it. is a little challenging but we still like to play it some of the time.
My Son loves diggin into the next dirt pile but with this app he dig while playing a game. Less messy and on them rainy or cold days when you can't go out to play he still can dig an have a blast! I would recommend it for any mom that has a child that loves to dig a mine does :)