Here's a fun and rather challenging game for your kids that will put to the test their dexterity and logic. The Bubbles Monster app for your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone has been made for kids ages nine and older and features many of the elements of a classic snake-style game along with some cool and unexpected twists. There are a whopping 24 levels for kids to work their way through and there are even two levels of difficulty just to add a little more challenge to the mix.
There's something about combining tried and true gameplay with fun and fresh new features and that's what the Bubbles Monster app is all about. Kids can work their way through the 24 different levels all of which offer fabulous HD graphics. Because there are two different levels of difficulty it will keep them entertained and engaged for plenty of upcoming hours. If you're familiar with the classic snake game this app uses many of the same rules but there are more complex elements in play which is what makes it all the more appealing.
What parents will love is that after the initial purchase of the game there is no in-app purchases required. This makes the game extremely reasonably priced. The app requires iOS 7.1 or later to use and in its recent update it went through a number of improvements and enhancements. The app doesn't yet have a user rating or customer comments.
Kids need to work their way through the mazes
The Bubbles Monster app has a kid-friendly premise that will draw them in. In the game there is a rather fun looking monster who is on a journey to pick up fruits. The problem is that these fruits are found in a labyrinth that players will need to navigate. Not only is it hard to find your way around but there is all kinds of obstacles and traps along the way that are trying to stop players from succeeding. As kids make their way through the levels they will find the challenges becoming harder and harder.
It's important to point out how engaging and fun the graphics are in this offering. There's a good chance you'll find yourself looking over your child's shoulder and wanting to play along yourself as it's just so fun and crazy addictive. Sometimes it's the simple and basic games that end up being the most fun.
There are plenty of levels to work their way through