A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this app.
Practice problem-solving, puzzle-solving, and spatial reasoning skills. Some mildly educational games and some arcade-style games.
Ease of Play
Simple game, some easier to play than others. No verbal instructions and just a few visual prompts, so kids may need to use some trial and error.
Violence & Scariness
Some cartoon-style pirate weapons, like swords. If the player doesn't tap at the proper time to make the pirate ship jump, it crashes into the rocks and breaks.
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Parents Need to Know
Is It Any Good?
The seas are incredibly scenic, and the pirates are absolutely adorable, but this app is best for kids who don't mind some trial and error. That said, some games are much easier than others on We ARGH Pirates. Since there are no verbal instructions and just a few visual prompts, kids may need to tap around and explore to figure things out, which is fun for some kids and might leave others with some questions: Why is the pirate walking this way? Does this stone turn around? Why? Also, some users might not love the depiction of an islander. For kids who are OK with exploring a scene and trying multiple times to get the characters to do what they're guessing that they should do, We ARGH Pirates will be fun. Others may need some parent help at first to tame this pirate crew.
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