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Parents' Guide to

Talking Faces by Bubl

By Vicki Windman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 3+

Choose a character, job, emotion, and tools for simple play.

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Talking Faces by Bubl is a fun discover-and-play app that definitely will engage kids right away. Some kids may want to explore every feature for each face and will have endless fun recording and hearing the character repeat things back. Others might lose interest after they've swiped and tapped through all the features. Parents may be enticed by the claim that kids will learn about professions, but that element of the game is superficial: Though each profession comes with its own set of tools, kids won't learn a lot about each job on their own. The pairing of different emotions with music is more interesting, as it might resonate with kids on more than one level.

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