Dress Up Fairy Tale Game - Learn Colors 6 in 1 - Princess - King - 3 Bears - Goldilocks - Warriors & Elves Games HD



A storybook activity app that's mostly promotional material.

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Ease of play

The app gives basic directions for what to do on each page, though kids will also need to figure out some of the additional features on their own. The "Tips" option appears to just highlight where kids should tap to play with the app.

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This app is a promotional piece for introducing the publisher's storybooks. It has functionality on its own, allowing kids to dress up characters and learn a few colors, but the pages are samples from other storybooks. The main screen also has a link to the publisher's other apps, tapping on each of which opens their iTunes store page.

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Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that Dress Up Fairy Tale Game - Learn Colors 6 in 1 - Princess - King - 3 Bears - Goldilocks - Warriors & Elves Games HD is an app that teaches a few basic colors to kids while they dress up characters from the books Goldilocks and the Three Bears and The Emperor's New Clothes, story apps by the same app publisher. Kids can interact with some of the background scenes, and email their creations to others. The app also has a large amount of advertising for the publisher's storybook apps.

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DRESS UP FAIRY TALE GAME - LEARN COLORS 6 IN 1 - PRINCESS - KING - 3 BEARS - GOLDILOCKS - WARRIORS & ELVES GAMES HD is a promotional piece that introduces the publisher's other storybook apps. It offers a look into the publisher's style of apps through a small amount of play and learning. Unless you are strongly considering purchasing the publisher's other apps, give this one a pass.

App details

Devices:iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad
Pricing structure:Free
Release date:July 1, 2011
Size:19.90 MB
Publisher:TabTale LTD
Minimum software requirements:iOS 3.2 or later

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Adult Written byTiggerkm20 August 2, 2011

Not worth it.

If your kids know their colors, this is a pretty boring app. It doesn't do much. Just click the character to put on some clothes or accessories. The one with the princess in the closet is misleading... you can only click to put on her clothes and accessories, you can't pick what to put on her, it's automatically the same thing every time. The other pages tend to flip through the colors to choose, but again, you just click the character to change the clothes. I think it's incredibly boring, but my kids (ages almost 4 and 6.5yrs) seem to like it for some odd reason. Since both kids know their colors, I think this is useless and plan on deleting it. Even if your kid doesn't know his/her colors, you can probably find something better out there than this one. It also gets stuck sometimes.


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