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By Christy Matte, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 12+

Challenging picture puzzles plastered with ads.

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Rebus puzzles encourage kids to think about words and how they sound, but they can be challenging, and the app's ads and purchases mar the experience. Equii's puzzles are clever and occasionally quite difficult. Sometimes they require looking at the icons in a different way, saying the words aloud, and thinking about words that sound similar. Kids may do best paired with an adult who can help them sound things out and spell the final answer correctly. Equii could even be fun for a whole family to work through together. It would be nice to have a paid version that was ad-free, even if the in-app purchases were still available. As it stands, it's not appropriate for younger kids.

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