Madera & Figaro Save the Day HD

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Christopher Healy, Common Sense Media
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Adorable interactive story with loads for kids to do.

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Exploring the interactive scenes and playing the minigames are easy tasks for preschoolers to handle.

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Madera & Figaro Save the Day HD is an adorable interactive story about a monkey-and-frog superhero team on a mission to prevent a festival from being canceled. The intrepid duo must fix a stage, clear a road, bake a cake, and complete other related tasks. The activities are all preschool appropriate and each scene contains multiple interactive hotspots that will trigger animations and sounds when tapped. For Android phones, this app is known as "Save the Day."

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Is it any good?

MADERA & FIGARO SAVE THE DAY should keep toddlers and preschoolers happy, laughing, and thoroughly entertained from beginning to end. The silly-cute voices alone are enough to make little kids smile. And there are enough interactive elements -- most with replay value -- to prevent the experience from ever feeling repetitive or boring. Plus, by helping Madera and Figaro do tasks, kids learn along the way. For example, fixing the stage is really a matching game about learning shapes. If your kids like this app, you might want to check out the first story in this series called Madera & Figaro in the Rescue of Ginger, an equally cute, but somewhat shorter hero tale.

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