Pok Pok Playroom gives kids the opportunity to tap, swipe and explore a variety of everyday items like towns, toys, and animals within virtual experiences. Kids will love driving campers, cars, and trucks through scenes like a car wash, recycling plant or a construction site, which are all very thoughtfully designed and detailed. Some of the interactions with the items, which are described by the developer as "toys," are pretty predictable. For this age group, it would be great to include a little silliness or surprise. That said, kids can find things like a bear hiding in the woods which could spark their imagination to think about how he might visit the nearby campsite or steal food from the supermarket.
Many of the illustrations are detailed, but the screen doesn't allow for zooming in, which makes it easy to overlook some of the smaller features. Also, there are some common household items that kids shouldn't explore in real life. Kids practice what they learn, so virtually playing with items like pill bottles and injectable needles could be problematic. In term of sound effects, listening to the people speak gibberish might be annoying over time for adults listening in, so let the kids use headphones. Overall, the virtual town, the lights and gears, and the picture exploration are highlights so far, though more activities are to come.