Recently Released Android Apps for Children Using Android Devices

Author James Mash 3.3.2015. | 17:21

We’re truly in a digital age, and people of older generations are amazed by how much can be achieved on a computer, tablet or smartphone. Even more impressive is how quickly children, and even toddlers, are learning about and utilizing these tools. They’re now a valuable part of our everyday lives, and even babies are encouraged to experience this technology.

Anyone with a child will understand how difficult it can be to entertain a toddler for long periods of time. Tablets and smartphones, in particular, can access a huge array of apps, some are designed simply to play and may only keep a child amused for a short time; others are educational as well as fun and can awake their interest for a lengthy period of time whilst assisting with their education.

There are thousands of apps on the market, some aimed at babies, some at toddlers, or primary school children, and some at teenagers. Here are some new releases:

Monument Valley

Monument Valley

Children of all ages should be able to play Monument Valley. The aim of the game is to help Princess Ida travel through mysterious paths, uncover hidden paths and avoid the Crow people. This is an exploration style game, which will have children enchanted for hours.

Minion Rush

We’ve all seen the cute minions in the Despicable Me movie. Now it’s time to let your kids play the Android game. The gameplay is simple, fun and interactive – minions fly, jump, collect bananas and attempt to defeat villains. You’re even able to customize your minion with costumes, power ups and weapons. This also unlocks additional locations and other minions.

Sign and Sing Lite

Sign and Sing Lite

This is an Android game for babies, in effect a library of pictures to assist while you sign with your baby, before they’re ready to talk. It makes the whole process much more fun, and might even stimulate your child’s cognitive skills.

Little Big Foot

A game designed for toddlers and pre-schoolers; this is the interactive story of a young Big Foot as he leaves the safety of his home and searches for adventure; an entire, magical world is created to immerse the inquisitive mind.

Fun for Kids – Puzzles

Another game aimed at toddlers and pre-schoolers is Fun for Kids – Puzzles. The game is literally about solving puzzles. There are many different puzzles, all of which can be laid in four different ways. Fun sounds are played when a piece is laid correctly or a puzzle is finished. This is an excellent choice of game for those wishing to improve their problem solving and motor skills.

Monster Math

Monster Math

Monster Math has been designed for Primary school children. It is engaging, fun and educational. Kids take on the role of Maxx, a monster, as he explores new worlds and battles a variety of enemies. Each one must be defeated through the power of maths.

Dr Panda’s Toy Cars

While this game was designed with primary school children in mind, children of any age will find it enjoyable. A driving game where the player explores two different cities and discovers a variety of surprises, exploration is done via a fire engine, police car or even a boat!

Tap Tap Revenge

This is firmly aimed at teenagers and uses up to date young people’s music. The player taps the targets on the screen in time to the beat of the music, gaining points for accuracy and timing. There are many different levels, progressive difficult and hundreds of songs to tap along to.

Kids will certainly enjoy the Android games we just mentioned above. All of them incredibly fun and educational!

This is the guest post by Fredrick Cameron and Make Up Games 365!

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Author James Mash 3.3.2015. | 17:21
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