Parents' Guide to

Thinkrolls: Kings & Queens

By Amanda Bindel, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 5+

Fairy tales inspire fun, challenging puzzler.

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age 4+

Based on 6 parent reviews

age 5+

Great Puzzel app

My kid, 5yrs old, loves this interactive puzzle app.
age 3+

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Fairy tale spooks and delights join the popular logic puzzler with some new features added to the fun. With more than a hundred levels over six scenes, there's plenty to challenge kids, and surprises like discovering bats and spiders throughout the castles add to the fun. New to Thinkrolls: Kings & Queens is the option to design your own character, and more accessories are added with each scene. While there's no help available, kids can retry a level as many times as they need to, and the complexity of the challenge builds slowly. Like the first and second in the series, this installment encourages problem-solving and perseverance in the best ways possible, since kids can try over and over again without penalty or time limits. Finding fun, challenging games that get kids to use spatial awareness and trial and error isn't easy, but the Thinkrolls series is consistently excellent. Kings & Queens also adds a narrative, which makes it accessible to even more kids.

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