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What parents need to know
Parents need to know that this obstacle course game is awfully cute but might be too difficult for younger kids. Even the easy games are hard, which makes the game more suitable for tweens than preschoolers, despite the Disney stamp.
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What's it about?
Kids move a car made of bouncy, wiggly materials -- jelly or a gelatin-like substance -- along obstacle courses. The car can be enlarged at certain points, and kids will see how strong and resilient (and permeable, in some missteps) the car can be. JellyCar 2 offers four levels -- classic mode, factory mode, long jump mode, and my levels where kids can create their own challenges. Kids can view tutorials for each level and should as this is a very challenging app.
Is it any good?
It's just a little-hand drawn car bumping along a straight line, but JELLYCAR 2 is an extremely challenging and ultimately very fun game. If you can get past the frustration factor of falling into an abyss of white space over and over again, you'll be rewarded with a sense of accomplishment and dozens more timed courses full of levels, hinges, and moving lifts. For the really ambitious, a development module lets you create your own killer courses.
For kids who love puzzles and playing with others
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