Best Recommended Adventure Game for Age 6 to 8 For iPhone Users

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Which of the adventure game apps for an Android smartphone would you recommend as the best so far for children between the ages of 6 and 8? What are your reasons for selecting such an app as the best? What does the app entails and what does children around such ages benefit from this adventure game?

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Best Recommended Adventure Game for Age 6 to 8 For iPhone Users

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1. Coosi Box | Free Creativity App with interactive Drawings

one special feature makes the app stand out from other drawing apps: The creative drawings of your kids will come to life in the Coosi Box!

2. Thinkrolls 2 | Outstanding Logic Game for Kids!

With over 230+ new and tricky levels, Thinkrolls 2 offers yet again, many hours of pure fun for kids and maybe even one or the other adult, including ourselves as we’ve come to witness.

3. Dr. Panda’s Ice Cream Truck | Fun & Yummy App for Children

Kids can now jump into the role of an ice cream vendor with Dr. Panda’s Ice Cream Truck where they get to create their own ice cream and sell those to people in the neighborhood. It is the first Dr. Panda app, that is played in a portrait mode (upright), which is rather rare and should make especially smartphone users happy.

4. A Parcel of Courage | Beautiful Interactive Picture Book App for Children

A remarkable new picture book app for kids with a very heartwarming family story. In a Parcel of Courage, a little boy needs to find a way to get his grandparents to come and visit, who unfortunately, live quite a long distance away from him and his family. On top of this, his grandma lacks in courage to travel by airplane. We can see how Alex and his mother solve this problem and how especially chocolate cookies help along the way.

5. Haunted House | Interactive 3D Pop-Up Storybook App by

StoryToys StoryToys is known for their interactive 3D pop-up storybooks, which are usually Fairytales. Haunted House however, offers a pretty scary Halloween-story, which has most certainly not been written by the Brothers Grimm. But instead, kids get to meet all sorts of spooky creatures such as Frankenstein, Dracula and Jack O’Lantern.

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