Do you have a boy? Do you feel it is hard many times to get him engaged in art activities? Boys seem to have their own preference when it comes to creativity. From my own experience, boys are not looking for things that are pretty or beautiful in mommy’s sense. They are more focused on the fun from the creation process itself and less care about the final product looking pretty. They are more interested in boys’ subjects, like airplanes, cars, or monsters. If you have a boy like this, you should check out today’s app: Monster Moogle.
It is an app about monsters. There is a story mode where kids read it as a book; an interactive mode where kids can interact with the story while reading it. The most fun part is the Monster Maker.
In the Monster Maker, kids can create their own monsters. Starting from choosing different backgrounds, kids have over 20 background designs to choose from. Then they have choices on different objects: Dogs and Cats of different kinds; Eyes of different shapes and colors; Accessories, like hats and eye glasses; Alphabet, with all 26 letters with different patterns; Underwater objects, like fish, shell; Shapes, where kids can find circles, stars, and outlines of some funky stuff like bones, socks, scissors; Gems; Ancient stuff, such as Egypt sculptures; and Animals.
All the above mentioned items are available with the initial download of the app. There are more items available via In-App Purchase, like cars, birds, outer space.
Kids can choose from any of the items and resize them and arrange them into one picture. There are some other features in the app that will make the monster making process easier. For example, kids can add an object by copying it; they can rotate the object; they can decide how to overlay several objects, which one stay on top and which one stay behind.
When kids are happy with their creation, they can save it to their personal gallery within the app. If they want to, they can also save their monsters in the device photo album.
Overall, Monster Moogle is a funky monster creating app, fun for creative boys. It is available on iPad, and is $1.99 on App Store.
If you would like to check it out or purchase it, please use the App Store link provided below. The cost is the same to you, but iGameMom gets a small percentage. Thanks for your support! Note: The link works for all countries.
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