A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this app.
Kids can work on their problem-solving skills and work with engineering concepts while also learning a bit about outer space.
Ease of Play
Tutorial gets kids started and prompts move them along, but some kids could still be stumped. Controls on higher levels might be tricky for younger kids.
Products & Purchases
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Parents Need to Know
Is It Any Good?
Customizable robots and missions in space are a winning combination for kids who enjoy puzzle-solving games. Jet's Bot Builder: Robot Games finds the perfect balance between the overbearing helpfulness that some kids' games employ and the hands-off approach of games for adults and older kids. The later puzzles require a lot of part-changes to solve correctly, and kids will have to persevere to complete levels. There are also moments where the wrong part may make it seem like you're stuck, which could be frustrating; parents can help prompt kids through the process. Luckily, kids can progress by finding the missing parts, and those who want a challenge can work on the strategy necessary on some levels to earn three stars. Overall, Jet's Bot Builder: Robot Games is a fun option that provides some age-appropriate challenges.
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