Sunday, February 13, 2011

Quibble Kids iPhone App by Night and Day Studios, a Review

Multiple times a day I have a child ask me, "Mom, can I play a game on your phone?" And most of the time I turn the request down, but now that I have Quibble Kids I can say YES and give them a fun learning game.  First, some info about the Quibble Kids app for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad from the Chess Media website:

Quibble Kids

For kids who like games. For parents who value learning.

Just about every young family has a picture match game somewhere in a crowded closet or toy box. With Quibble Kids, the game is in the palm of your hand and it’s never missing a match. Quibble Kids is more than just a standard picture match game. It uses three-dimensional spinning cubes to help develop a child's spatial reasoning, memory and logic skills. In short, Quibble Kids helps children learn to make connections between what they see and what they know.

Quibble Kids features:

*50 puzzle sets with over 200 images for the original picture match game
*Intuitive interface for young kids to easily master
*Fun music for each puzzle
*Score keeping to chart your child’s progress
*Access to additional puzzle packs for kids between the ages 2 and 12
*Each additional puzzle pack is available for only 99 cents

You can see how Quibble Kids works in the video below:

This iPhone app was perfect for my 4 year old and with my help, my 2 year old loved it...almost too much. My 4 year old enjoyed spinning the cubes.  He felt very confident each time he got a match and noticed that his score got higher and higher. He played for quite some time trying new puzzle after new puzzle. As I watched him play, I loved that the puzzles ranged from household items to animals to activities.

I'm always hesitant to let my children play video games and such, and with 5 kids I don't have a lot of time to play the puzzles that I once played with my first. But I feel GREAT about letting my son play Quibble Kids, because I know he is learning and having fun!  Quibble Kids is available for $1.99 in the App Store on iTunes.

I did not receive compensation for this post although I did receive a free download through the Family Review Network to facilitate this review.  Any and all opinions here are my own.


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