Posts Tagged ‘kids’
Watch Roald Dahl’s famous characters The Twits having their dinner, and save Mrs Twit from Mr Twit’s disgusting eating habits. As food flings out of his mouth and across the table, you have to swipe to flick it away from Mrs Twit. Let her get hit too many times, and she’ll wake up with the grumps. Build up a ghastly score by performing trick shots in this fun game developed with Aardman Digital.
The Shaun in the City art trail is a series of 120 unique sculptures placed around London and Bristol. This app was created to help you find your way to each and every one, tick them off as you go, and much more besides! You’ll earn achievements along the way, discover details about the statues and have an all-round good time!
Can you discover the correct colours to mix up the lovable interactive monsters in this Windows Phone game for kids? If you can figure out the correct combination of colours, you’ll get to play with a wacky creature and their accessories. The trial version lets you find 4 monsters, and the paid version unlocks the full set.
Once upon a time I made a cute browser game called Home Sheep Home for Aardman Animations. It was a surprise hit, so we built a sequel, Home Sheep Home 2: A Little Epic. We released this on the web in low-res episodes, and on iOS as an app, and as a glorious super-high-res packed-with-extras Windows desktop version.
Test your skills in this multiplayer paint flicking game made in just 48 hours at Global Game Jam 2014. Play White-Out by yourself for , with a friend, or in a group of four people all on the same device. Suitable for young children and adults alike. If you can flick your finger, you can play this!