My daughters love finding fun apps for their iPad and iPods—and applications that allow them to play dress up and care for characters, puppies, or other animals, are always favorites. We were recently asked to play and review an iOS available app, Talking Anya Dress Up and Pet Puppies from Sprite Labs. What did we think of the Talking Anya Dress Up and Pet Puppies app?
The Talking Anya Dress Up and Pet Puppies app offers a variety of fun features—with great graphics. Anya is a cute little interactive, 3D creation with a lot of playtime options. The graphics are fun—and Anya’s ability to respond to prompts from your child makes it even more fun for the kids. While the younger ones may be content to play solo with Anya and her puppies in the various settings, the multi-player feature allows players on separate devices to join each other for games like bubble popping races or snowball fights (which my older girls enjoyed).
What were our favorite features of the Talking Anya Dress Up and Pet Puppies App? The girls both liked the multiplayer functionality—a lot. I think the bubble popping game was their favorite. The seasonal dress up options and snowball game were fun since we are currently coming out of a yucky winter—and the girls never tire of snowballs.
we recommend Talking Anya Dress Up and Pet Puppies App? We had fun playing with the app for this review. We were all in agreement that the free app is fun, but the full app or the add-on packs let the kids do a lot more with Anya and the puppies. The add-ons really open up a lot more options and fun. We recommend buying the full app—or the "everything" add-on--especially for kids with a lot of app experience or those hitting those early elementary ages. It is a fun, user friendly app with a lot of kid-appeal. We’d love to see it with other characters in the future (maybe a boy….or pet kittens). It is a fun app with tons of playtime appeal—but, expect the kids to want all of the functionality of the app.
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