Chuggington Traintastic Adventures – Train Game App for Kids
Chuggington has become a really popular children’s programme, next to Thomas the tank engine. No wonder, that you can now, also get some fantastic and suitable kids apps, on the App Store, of the great TV series Chuggington.
Chugginton Traintastic Adventures have also included many video sequences of the children’s programme in this lovely train set game-app.
Kids can enjoy the many fun and exciting adventures of the Chugginton’s chuggers, build their very own railways and watch some entertaining episode clips, whilst having fun with their own favourite chuggers. Kids can either play different missions with the Chuggington trains or freely design, build and expand Chuggington and their own tracks.
The tracks have already been layed in both game modes, so that the trains are all set to drive off straight away. The steering and navigation is fairly simple and nicely solved, if not unusual: First off, you need to choose a train from a shelter, then attach wagons, cargo or any other extras such as, jet packs, boosters, lights etc. Then you draw a path with your finger, to where you want to go. As soon as you lift off your finger, the train (Koko, Wilson or Brewster) will drive on that track.
That way you, get to see the outskirts of Chuggington and other nice landscapes around Chuggington, where the trains can drive to.
Kids will learn that a train cannot go around a 90 degrees angle, as there are only realistic tracks drawn on the scenery. This means having to take a detour on a regular basis.
All kids love the Chuggington app, as they are happy to play with their favourite character of the TV series Chuggington.
However, kids still need a little help with the navigation and hints with the actual discription of the missions.
We’re pretty sure that the app developers wanted to produce a fluent and non-frustrational gameplay, however, train apps and railway apps are always a little insidious, as for their complexity and confusion, which needs a lot of concentration whilst playing.
We have reviewed another train app Toca Train, where kids can play much less complicated, which might be better for pre-schoolers. If these point outs do give you a little headache, you may want to check out on Toca Train, before purchasing this rather high-priced app for $ 5.99+
Top best apps for kids rating: 4 stars
Download Chuggington Traintastic Adventures
➔ App download for – iPad & iPhone on Apple App Store
➔ App download for – Android on Google Play App Store
➔ App download for – Kindle Fire on Amazon App Store
kids app test based on app version 1.1