Toddler Maze 123 | iPad and iPhone app for toddlers
The kids apps developers GiggleUp have released 3 new iPad and iPhone mazes and labyrinth apps especially for kindergarten kids in the last few months, where “toddler maze 123” was one of the cheapest but also one of the simplest and eldest. We will introduce you to the other two separately, they’re called:
Let’s take a look at the “Toddler maze 123” app, which is separately available for iPad and iPhone (iPad $ 1.99 | iPhone $ 0.99)
If you compare all three games to one another, you’ll notice the simple graphics of the first one straight away. Not only the graphics, but also the difficulty level is much easier, so that we can recommend this app especially for toddlers and kids up to the ages of 3 years. Even the higher levels of “toddler maze 123” are less demanding, as the easy levels in the other two maze apps.
Despite all the simplicity of the first easy mazes, which you can see above, they still have a right to exist for toddlers, who are making their first experiences with the iPad or iPhone.
We must also say, that the presentation of the details are really nice and cute. Happy music underlines the maze game, many objects have also been provided with sounds and animations. If you only speed through to the finishing line with the little mole, you’re going to miss out on all of the special features of the picture.
The navigation is fairly simple, the figures are moved through the maze with the finger. Even the choice of levels uses the same navigation and is also represented as a maze.
Another special feature makes this kids app especially suitable for toddlers. Despite it’s simplicity, a help function is always available for each level, which will mark the correct way as a dotted line.
Here are some more screenshots, where you can decide for yourself, if those levels are too easy or just right for your child to start of with.
* picture 1: a happy rollercoaster drive with typical funfair music and a spinning Ferris wheel. Only the journey is finished very quickly, so you need to be aware of that.
* picture 2: Let’s take a trip around the world please – calm good night music accompanies the flight around the globe on a rocket. Satellite, astronaut and other objects are also interactive.
* picture 3: A little bit more challenging and more entertaining, as you need to collect all of the fruits first, before you can make it to the finishing line. Very fun!
* picture 4: Kids will now need a good sense of direction in the maze and also good logic’s, as three different animals want to make it to the correct destination.
* picture 5: This maze reminds us a little bit of “where’s my water” by Disney.
* picture 6: One of the most interesting and challenging levels of the game:
Kids will only get to see who the octopus is calling, when they have made it through the maze with their finger.
Toddler maze 123 kids app rating
All in all the difficulty level starts off really easy at the beginning and rises slowly without ever getting too difficult though. We could however imagine, that some parents treasure the simplicity. For all other parents, we can recommend the following other two apps, which are far more complex and also the graphics are extraordinary beautiful.
(+) the levels are all different and none are similar to one another
(+) beautiful interactive objects next to the mazes
(+) matching sounds and music to each level
(+) ultra-simple perfect for toddlers and young children
(+) the mazes can also be printed out
(+) the only one of the 3 maze games, which is also available for the iPhone
(-) the characters of the game are missing at least one animation stage. They’re always looking in one direction, even if they’re going backwards.
(-) looses in direct comparison to the other two maze apps by GiggleUp
(-) not a universal app
Top best apps for kids rating: 4 stars
Download Toddler Maze 123
➔ App download for – iPad on Apple App Store
➔ App download for – iPhone on Apple App Store
kids app test based on app version 2.0