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Cut the Rope Holiday Gift

Cut the Rope released their FREE holiday game app again this year.  Like last year, it is only going to be around for a limited time, but it is FREE.  If you want to get it, get it when it is available.  It is a great physics based game with a lot challenges. If you have not played the game, you can take a look at iGameMom's reviews HERE and HERE. The Holiday Gift has 25 levels of game play. … Read More

Crayon Physics Deluxe HD for iPAD

Crayon Physics Deluxe just launched its HD version for iPAD, in addition to its iPhone version. Started as a game on the internet years ago, it is a physics-based puzzle game. In the game, you get to experience what it would be like if your drawings would be magically transformed into real physical objects. In this app, kids will solve puzzles with your artistic vision and creative use of physics. The objective of the play is to make the red… Read More

Feed Garfield App

Feed Garfield is a cute physics-based game app for kids and adults.  Kids have to find ways to deliver food into the lazy cat's bowl directly, and collect the 3 lasagna on the way.  Kids learn strategic planning and simple physics while having fun with Garfield and Odie.  There are 45 fun and mind-boggling stages in the app. The app works on iPhone, iPod, and iPAD.  It was $0.99.  It is FREE for limited time. Instroduction on App Store: Feed… Read More

Angry Birds

Even if you don’t like games or never played Angry Birds, you probably have seen those red birds somewhere - toy store, candy store, ...  I have heard two completely different opinions about Angry Birds from parents.  Some think it is a great educational game.  Some believe kids are wasting time playing Angry Birds.  As you can guess, I am in the first camp.  I think Angry Birds is a great physics game.  If you are interested, here is an… Read More

Where’s My Perry? post image

Have you played Where’s My Water?  Do you like it?  If you like Where’s My Water, you will like its sequel Where’s My Perry? The story of the game is based on the cartoon Phineas and Ferb, featuring the platypus secret agent Perry, ie. Agent P.  Perry is stuck in his transportation tubes.  The goal of the game is to guide water or steam to the generators powering the tubes, so Agent P can go through them. At the early… Read More


Since I reviewed Stack the States and Stack the Countries, I became a big fan of Dan Russell-Pinson, the developer of the two wonderful educational apps.  Once I found out he just released another app Monster Physics, I knew I have to get one!  Monster Physics is a unique physics app for kids. It is a building app that lets kids play with physics! Kids can build and operate their own machines, moving devices with wheels, joins, ropes, propellers.  After they… Read More


Cut the Rope: Experiments just released an update today and is FREE for a limited time. It is a perfect addition to iGameMom’s summer app recommendation. Cut the Rope: Experiments is a follow-up to the popular game Cut the Rope.  If you want to know what the original game is about, please go to iGameMom’s earlier review.  The new game features the familiar little monster Om Nom who loves candy, and a scientist who is determined to study Om Nom’s… Read More

Cut the Rope

Cut the Rope is another game that is physics based. To play, you must cut dangling ropes that hold candy to make the candy fall into the mouth of the cute green monster "Om Nom".  To win the game, you must cut certain ropes in a specific order and at the perfect timing to swing the candy over the monster.  There are three stars in each puzzle that you need to collect by swinging the candy into them. You can… Read More


I don't know much of the video games my son plays. But at least when he mentioned the name, I know what it is about. When the games got on iPad, the situation became worse. All I see is the little icon on the screen, I did not get to watch him play anymore, since it is so portable and so small, he can easily hide in a corner and I would not know where he is. One day, I… Read More

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