The three-in-one top educational and funny puzzles, find the pairs and creative coloring book game for preschoolers! What kids will learn: + Getting better motor skills + Develop a sense for shapes, sizes and colors + Logical thinking + Develop creativity skills + Having fun while working towards a goal Solved puzzles will bring stars. With enough collected stars new games will unlock automatically. For example: 100 stars will unlock new Coloring Book games where kids can design their own Halloween greeting cards which can be sent to their friends. 200 stars will unlock a competitive find the pairs memo game which is played against a virtual animal opponent. Features: + Great graphics, music, sound effects and animations + Bonus Halloween find the pairs memo game (played with a virtual opponent with emotional feedback!) + Bonus Coloring Book with Halloween motives and card designer! + The app is 100% safe for kids
If you have kids check out our new big update for our kids app "Halloween Games for Kids and Toddlers" on the Apple App Store. The game is free to download with three complete free to play levels. The rest of the game can be unlocked using one In-App purchase. So before buying the "cat in the bag" you can test the app with your kids.
The game is available here:
For Android you can get the first version here:
A gameplay video (without the coloring book feature) you can see here:
McPeppergames is an independent game studio focusing on the creation of high quality apps for kids. The company was founded in April 2013 by educator Daniela Mach and game industry veteran Chris Noeth (formerly flaregames). McPeppergames shortly announced they are working on three different indie games for all ages which will be released fall 2016 and in the first half of 2017. News about those projects will soon be available on their website blog at: Mcpeppergames.com
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