Smartphones today seem to know no age. From adults to children familiar with smart phones. Therefore, adults must be able to filter several applications that are suitable for children.
The game is now fast developing into a good place for children to hone their thinking skills. Here are some game makers on Android who often release children’s games, as reported by the Android Authority page on Friday (11/08/2018).
Bubadu is a studio of developers who have released more than a ton of children’s games. The game released by Bubadi does not always have educational value but they are quite fun.
Some of them are games about becoming a doctor, going to a supermarket, becoming a dentist, and about things like making cakes and making things.
Each game has its own set of mechanics, but the steps are never difficult to learn and the ideas presented are quite simple. Android users can download most of the games for free. The full version is usually relatively inexpensive because of in-app purchases.
2. Duck Duck Moose Games
Duck Duck Moose is another studio developer that specializes in releasing children’s games. They have more than half a dozen games that will make kids build trucks, play bingo, study math, and go on adventures.
The game is usually for toddlers. Because it has a simpler concept, adorable animal characters, and more. None of the games have game mechanics that are too complicated. Children can learn this game faster.
3. The Endless Kids Games
The Endless Kids Games is a collection of children’s games. There are several in collections, including Endless Alphabet, Endless Reader, Endless Numbers, Endless Wordplay, and Endless Spanish.
The game is relatively easy to play and also has educational value for players. The free version of this game has little content, so you have to pay for some of the rest.
4. RV AppStudios
RV AppStudios is another game studio with lots of kid friendly games. The game comes in various genres and types. For example, Ice Cream Paradise, which is a three-match freemium game similar to Candy Crush.
However, they also have truly free games like 123 Numbers, ABC Kids, ABC Spelling, and others with educational values.
5. Toca Boca Games
Toca Boca has some of the most popular children’s games on mobile. They have games that are oriented to cooking, taking vacations, going to school, going to big cities, and even putting on hair. Most games have a free and paid version so you can choose which one you need.