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    Default Good android apps for a 3 year old?

    Any recommendations??

    My DS is bored by the baby games (you know, drag and drop matching things, things that make noises when he touches them) but is not yet old enough for the adult arcade games (although he loves looking at them, he gets frustrated he can't do them). I can't find anything in between! We've got a few interactive "storybooks" but they don't hold his interest long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmyB View Post
    Any recommendations??

    My DS is bored by the baby games (you know, drag and drop matching things, things that make noises when he touches them) but is not yet old enough for the adult arcade games (although he loves looking at them, he gets frustrated he can't do them). I can't find anything in between! We've got a few interactive "storybooks" but they don't hold his interest long.
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    I can't find either of those apps...? Are they definitely android?

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    Default Good android apps for a 3 year old?

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    I can't find either of those apps...? Are they definitely android?
    No they're not android, only available through the App Store, not the play store

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    Well thanks but I need android apps please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmyB View Post
    Well thanks but I need android apps please.
    No worries, I wasn't actually the member that suggested them though ;-) I'm on the hunt for some myself for my son who's the same age as yours so I searched on his android tablet for the ones suggested and couldn't find them but they were in the App Store on my phone :-)

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    Some that DD1 loves is fishy farts, Lego 4+, LEGO 4+ Duplo, Angry Birds and basic puzzles games to.

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    Thanks, those Lego ones are great! Any other suggestions anyone?

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    Fruit Ninja. I just put in the search area of the play store kids games and whole heap come up


 

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