Thursday, September 28, 2017

My Town Pets App Review

 My Town: Pets, now available. Joining the series of 18 games (and growing), Pets will allow children to have fun adopting animals, caring for them, taking them to the vet – everything they would do with real pets – which will present the opportunity to learn animal interaction and responsibility that can carry over into their real lives.  Creativity, empowerment and imagination all in one fun-filled app!

Created by an expert team of designers, engineers, programmers and artists, loved by kids and parents alike and endorsed by teachers and therapists, My Town is a safe, digital platform that gives children hours of open-ended play. In the My Town world – 104 locations, 50 characters and 5300+ objects and counting – kids ages 4-8 play and interact with a variety of things in places and with people they see, recognize and know in their real, everyday lives – their homes, communities, family, friends and neighbors. 

An added bonus is connectivity of My Town games and with shared characters and places that can travel from one game to another --all part of the larger My Town family of apps.

"With no rules, no time limits and no restrictions on how to progress through the games – which are so user-friendly natural that no prompts or instructions are needed -  children are free to explore the My Town worlds all on their own," says Mark Tulchinski, co-creator and co-founder of My Town. "Our games tap into kids' innate sense of curiosity and  spark imaginations by offering them unlimited game options."

My Town: Pets has everything needed to take care of your pet. Play with cats, dogs, birds and hamsters. Imagine adopting your dog, dressing them and discovering all the hidden locations and hot spots. Walk your dog at the park's litter sand area, just don’t forget to clean up the poop. Wash your animals and if they get hurt take them to the vet. Discover all the locations and invent your own story with each game play.

My 6 year old son has been playing on the app since I downloaded it. I keep hearing him yell "awww what a cute pug". We have several puppies at home so it doesn't surprise me that he loves taking care of the pets. His favorite part is being able to bathe and groom all his pets. I feel like the practice helps kids get ready and learn how to care for real pets, and teach them the responsibility that comes along with it. Ever since he started playing this game he has been volunteering to feed the dog, take him out to potty and has even been helping bath him. The app is surprisingly easy to navigate making it possible for even the youngest kids to play all by themselves. We take the Ipad with us on long trips or just trips to the grocery store. They are able to play it for quite awhile without getting burned out like they do with some apps. 

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