“What Am I … Pets” Is Now Available On The App Store For Apple iPhone™ & Apple iPad!
First Installment Of Educational Series Now Available
Developer Wonky Woo Games has just released to the App Store its first pre-school toddler game, “What Am I … Pets”, the first installment of a whole series of fun, cute and educational titles for the Apple iPhone™ / Apple iPod touch®, and the Apple iPad.
The App Store has a vast plethora of games content available to most audiences, but very few high-quality educational titles, especially aimed at pre-school toddlers.
Wonky Woo Games are fulfilling this void with “What Am I … Pets”, in which children will learn to read and perform simple problem-solving by recognizing different pets and sounds. In this fun and visually pleasing puzzle game the objective is to get the correct combination of head, body and feet for a given pet to complete its imagery by context of visual and audiovisual cues: It’s simple, it’s cute, it’s entertaining, and more importantly, it’s educational and perfect for parents focused on gently introducing their children to the world of technology. “What Am I … Pets” features five cutesy animals and is a stimulating and fun way of bonding with your children while they explore - and learn - about different kinds of pets.
Wonky Woo Games are currently expanding the “What Am I …” series of educational games to include “What Am I … Zoo” and “What Am I … Farm”, and both are scheduled to be released shortly. In the spirit of Christmas the developer is also releasing a “What Am I …” Christmas edition scheduled to hit the App Store just in time for the festivities!
“What Am I … Pets is available on the App Store here:
Apple iPhone™ & Apple iPod touch®:
Promo codes for “What Am I … Pets” are now available to journalists by sending an email to [email protected] specifying Apple iPhone™ / Apple iPod touch® or Apple iPad!
Journalists interested in additional information about games from Wonky Woo Games can visit www.wonkywoogames.co.uk to experience visuals and video clips of their games.