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The Land of Venn: Geometric Defense (iOs) Review

  The app store goes geometric. It’s one of those age old mysteries that seems near impossible to solve – how do you go about introducing basic math concepts without making your kids want to run in the other directio...
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The Counting Kingdom (iOs) Review

“Magic, monsters, and math” It’s a little bit tower defense, a little bit math, and a whole lot of fun. The Counting Kingdom from Little Worlds Interactive is exactly the educational game you’ve been looking for. With great car...
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Who Lives in a Tree? (iOs) Review

An Interactive Children’s Mini-Encyclopedia For those mobile happy kids who just love to play on your phone, it can be difficult to find quality apps that don’t break the bank. Sure, there are tons of free apps available for ki...
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Air Race Speed (iOs) Review

“Highway to the danger zoooooone” Qubic Games brings a fast paced and frantic solo racing experience with Air Race Speed. With action featuring jets hurtling through tunnels and obstacles at breakneck speed, it’s a gam that rea...
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Grave Matters (iOs) Review

“One man and his dog vs. the Steamborg apocalypse…” Grave Matters is a surprisingly engaging games that drops players right into the action of digging graves. As un-fun as that sounds at first glance, there are a lot of e...

 
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Is the Witch in Love? (iOs) Review

Just in time for Halloween, Slim Cricket releases a brand new interactive storybook about a kindly witch who just wants to find a sweetheart. Ah, love. Everyone seems to want to find it, but there isn’t any surefire way to make...
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Space Racers! (iOs) Review

You had me at “no in-app purchases”. It’s tough out there for a parent these days. Kids loooove tech, and they love to play games on every available platform – including their parent’s phones and iPads. Unfortunately, it’...
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Nightmares from the Deep 3: Davy Jones, Collector’s Edition (iOs) Review

Museum curator Sarah Black is back to once more tangle with the dreaded Davy Jones. This time it is Jones himself who shows up at the museum to take both Sarah and her daughter Cory as unwilling prisoners. Of course, Sarah will...