Animal Mix and Match

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Jonathan H. Liu, Common Sense Media
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Match mixed-up animal faces in fun-but-not-thrilling app.

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Ease of Play

Shake to mix up the animals, and then slide the three panels around until you match up an animal face.

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Animal Mix and Match is a matching game for young children. It is simple enough for toddlers to use and doesn't have any offensive content.

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Is it any good?

Animal Mix and Match is reminiscent of those three-flap books that allow you to mix and match different parts of an image. In this case, it's animal faces. The app is quite simple: Shake to mix up the animals, and then spin the pieces left and right to match them up. The app plays a cheer when you make a match, and every so often a small animation plays as a reward. The graphics are cute with a retro feel to them, and the edges are shadowed to make it appear as if the faces are on spinning cylinders. It's a fun game for toddlers, but not the most exciting.

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