Bo’s Matching Game is the latest in the Bo’s top fun educational apps series by Heppi. This time, developer Heppi offers a fun educational matching game app that will engage and entertain your toddlers and preschoolers.
Memory games app are always a great way to stimulate kids memory and there are lots of game to choose from. Bo’s Matching Game is bright, colorful and offers two different memory matching games. The first game is a set of card and kids need to tap the card to find out the pair; For the other game, select if you want to play with Lulu or Tommie, tap an object on the left column and drag to the middle and find the corresponding match on the left.
What Review for Dev Liked -
Bo’s Matching Game has been reviewed by ten reviewers at Review for Dev. Overall it is a great addition to the Bo’s collection. it’s a cute and simple matching game app for the little ones with vibrant colors, simple drawing and a cool musical background. It offers several levels of difficulty and all liked the fact that the matching games have educational themes such as numbers, food, colors, animals .... A nice feature is the voice over naming the different items
The downside, many would like to see improvements to the navigation and additional instruction to make it easier for the young one to know what to do.
Overall, we at Fun Educational Apps think that Bo’s is a nice addition to the series, and kids familiar with Bo's will be delighted with this new game. We liked the educational features the game offers where kids learn vocabulary from a wide range of subject. As with many educational apps, we recommend you go over the app with your toddlers to reinforce learning.
Bo’s Matching Game is available for download via the iTunes App Store - Universal App
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Bo’s Matching Game overall rating on Review for Dev:
Here are all the comments:
|Marc Edward D.: I am a regular beta tester on an iOS gaming company named AppsAsia. I've also beta tested a lot of iOS games. 54 iOS games/apps in total. I'm also a hardcore gamer who also owns all current generation consoles and portables. I also own an Android phone (Samsung Galaxy S3).|
I also has a 5 year old son and he loves playing on his iPad2.
|What I liked||
I personally love the song in the background. It was well done. My son loves to listen to it. I also like how this game had a voice that tells the name of each item. This feautre will let kids learn the name of each item while enjoying the memory game.
I think the mini-game should be improved or changed (the one with a sleeping child at the background). My son didn't like it or I think got bored fast since there is really nothing to do than to match the item by scrolling up or down. I think it is also a little boring because sometimes I need to drag and drag on the right selection screen to find the matching item. Maybe change it to a dream bubble. For example, the child is dreaming of this item and you will need to tap on the correct matching icon falling from his other dream bubble. I wish the background color can be changed to other color
I think this is a nice app to boost mine or my son's memory. The song in the background is very well done and me and my son like it. The voice telling each item's name is a good feature of this app. I just wish that the background color in the main menu can be changed to other color or at least change it to something more livelier. I also wish to see a feature where you can use the photos in your album to use in this pairing game.
|Nathalie C.: I'm a digital publishing consultant involved in apps for kids conception and improvment. I run an app review website, www.declickids.fr. I'm also a mother of 2 kids, the eldest one, Ulysse, helping me out with reviews. My secret plan is to make app's world better for kids all over the world, on app at a time (and your's is next !) ;)
|Nico D.: I have been actively testing apps (games) for more than 1 year. I can test educational apps with kids ages 2 to 10 and have there perspective. The most important thing for me is to correctly rate a app regardless of the money I'm getting payed. I'm a ex designer and teacher so I have a very good perspective on design elements and user interface.
|Mary H.: I am an elementary Library Media Specialist in Wisconsin and a mother of 3 (ages 4-16). I spend a lot of time trying out educational apps to recommend to teachers. Sitting back and observing what my 4 year old, true a digital native, can do with an app is an eye-opener! My 11 yr. old is in a school with 1:1 iPads, so we learn a lot from each other.
|Frances A.: My name is Frances Amato. I am a teacher. I am very hard working and a highly motivated individual. I am a educator that is for the use and integration of technology into the classroom. The technology I use are iPhone, iPad2, Smart Board and varied computers. I love to discovering new technology, assisting in creating and reviewing educational apps
|Aundrea W.: I am an elementary school library media specialist who works at a public school with students in grades PreK-5. I coordinate technology initiatives as well as library programming for the school and surrounding community. Although, I do not have children of my own, my nieces and nephew are able to test apps for me since they range in ages from 1-21.
|Caitlin O.: I am a mom of 3 boys and also a special education teacher for students in kindergarten through second grade. In addition, I am the owner and author of a teaching blog called Learning Ahoy! I love sharing apps on my blog page and Facebook fan page that I feel will be useful to other teachers.
|Kim S.: I am a Speech-Language Pathologist and Special Education Administrator. I enjoy using apps in all aspects of therapy as well as with my typical nephew and niece. I can look at a non-education specific app and see how to apply it to work on speech and language development.
|Jessica B.: I am a mother of 2 and work as a speech pathologist in a primary and middle school. I have a variety of interests and love the world of technology. With the new iphone and ipad technology, I have found numerous ways to increase learning and excite children and adults. I am always waiting for the next app to show my students. Thank you.
|Elizabeth C.: I am an early childhood special education teacher. I get apps for my students and for personal use. I have an iPod touch as well as an iPad. I mostly purchase educational apps for children in the age range of 3-5 years old.
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