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Parents' Guide to

Toon Blast

By Erin Brereton, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Uninterrupted gameplay makes solving puzzles a ball.

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A Lot or a Little?

What you will—and won't—find in this app.

Community Reviews

age 10+

Based on 17 parent reviews

age 4+

They rob you blind…customer service is terrible!

This app is so money hungry… it entices gambling! This is horrible for young kids to be exposed to! If that is not bad enough, it overcharged me on several occasions!!! I purchased bundles and never received them….plus they didn’t give me my money back!!! Don’t join!!! It’s so annoying how their updates suck all the joy out to playing the game! Don’t waste your money or your time!!! They will rob you blind!! Even after contacting Toon Blast customer service several times with pictures for proof, they did nothing to rectify my issue! It’s terrible how they treat their players!
age 10+

Don't waste your time.

The cubes are not random likes they claim they are. The rockets are not random like the claim. Support won't answer my question; all they do is close the conversation. The only way to advance is to pay money. I wouldn't waste my time with this game when there are so many good ones available.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (17 ):
Kids say (5 ):

This puzzle game offers a fun, enjoyable playing experience without subjecting players to most of the traditional free-to-play game issues. In Toon Blast, players don't have to pause to watch multiple ads or deal with other delays. They can even choose to skip the fanfare at the end of each round to move on to the next level faster. They face different, increasingly challenging goals as they progress -- at first, they just need to remove a particular amount of colored blocks in a given number of moves. Later on, players are asked to clear a certain number of balloons, ducks, and bubbles. They're also given different tools periodically to help them remove large amounts of blocks -- such as disco balls that shoot beams out toward random points, and a hammer that can clear an entire row -- which helps prevent the game from getting boring. While you can repeat rounds or pay to keep playing, you're typically given more than enough moves to finish before running out.

The animal characters that drive out in a camper at the beginning of the round seem somewhat random, because there's no info about how they tie into the game -- and they're mostly just shown in still images, celebrating after a round or posing individually next to their name. Their presence is a little confusing, but it doesn't significantly detract from the ability to continuously play without having to purchase or watch something. The biggest concern may be a kid's ability to converse with other users once they reach a certain level, but fortunately that can be feature can be removed in the app's settings. These minor problems aside, Toon Blast is a ball to play, and manages to be one of the best free-to-play experiences around.

App Details

  • Devices: iPhone , iPod Touch , iPad , Android
  • Pricing structure: Free
  • Release date: July 1, 2019
  • Category: Puzzle Games
  • Publisher: Peak Games
  • Version: 4220
  • Minimum software requirements: Requires iOS 7.0 or later or Android 4.0.3 and up.
  • Last updated: February 11, 2020

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