Slow paced and minimal distractions – The Monsters Family will capture your child’s undivided attention, but a few glitches mar what is mostly a decent educational game.
Initially off-putting, but perseverance and a little patience reaps rewards, revealing one of the best quickfire platform games for iOS.
The idea of an interactive magic eye picture is certainly appealing, but good looks aren’t enough to keep this interesting for long.
It’s mostly more of the same for the series, but Universal play and Retina support make this enduring favourite shine again.
Simple gameplay wrapped up in a cute ’50s vibe, but we did start to wonder what destination we were flying towards.
Beautiful, surreal, surprising engaging, and tactile — but brutally short. It’s only the last of those things that stops Windosill scoring higher.
As fast as we could, we tried out this app; and then we soon realised, it’s really quite… average.
A mite frustrating at times, and very short; but also sweet, with engaging visuals and simple, addictive gameplay.