We have reviewed quite a few kids apps recently here at The Smartphone App Review, and we now have another one for you; Fun For Kids Educational Games, an app that aims to bring fun puzzles for young children to iOS.
Fun For Kids Educational Games is available for both iPhone and iPad through the Apple iTunes App Store.
Jigsaw type puzzles have always been popular with kids and adults alike, and the touch screen based interface of the iOS range is perfectly suited to providing digital versions of the myriad puzzles available. It also allows the developer to include differing types of puzzles, which they have created here, with sliding puzzles and more available, with a total of four different genres in the game.
It is clear that the developer wanted to provide kids with as much variety as possible, all while sticking with the traditional puzzle theme.
Here, straight from the developer, are the app’s best features:
Fun for Kids – Puzzles is a fun app for children and toddlers. With loads of puzzles, cute graphics and different difficulty levels, the child get to practice both problem solving and motor skills – all while having a blast. There is 4 types of puzzles and a total of over 40 fun and challenging puzzles that awaits the child.
The developer states that the game will help to develop problem solving and motor skills, and we would have to agree, after all what better way to teach kids problem solving than with some decent puzzles? There are 40 individual puzzles included, which are spread over the four genres in the title, and each has an interesting and nicely drawn scene for the kids to try to discover. There are farm scenes, underwater pictures, and many more.
The app is very well designed and easy to use for both child and parent. The differing difficulty levels allow you to keep the child interested by controlling the challenge, and with 40 puzzles to finish, there is a lot of content here.
Overall, this is a great kids app that includes some well-designed puzzles with attractive artwork. For 99c, you can’t really go wrong, and for younger puzzle fans, this is highly recommended.