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Dash and Ditto


Dash and Ditto
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Description

This app contains NO ads or links that leave the app, in consideration of the needs of very young players and their parents.

It's time for recess! Children can play 7 different games with Dash & Ditto (two adorable bunnies) and their animal friends. This 7-in-1 game pack for kids includes updated versions of 5 classic children's games along with 2 games designed just for this app.

Bunnies Dash and Ditto guide children through the games, with easy to read instructions that are also read aloud to the player. 10 cute animal friends join the playground games, helping to teach children educational basics like counting. This app also features original music, delightful hand-drawn artwork, simple navigation and controls designed (and tested) with kids. Appropriate for children of all ages, even pre-readers. Get all 7 games in one app!

INCLUDES:

★ HOPSCOTCH - Help Dash toss the pebble into the right boxes as he hops from 1-10.

★ MINI-GOLF - Help Dash by flicking the ball into the hole.

★ JUMP ROPE - Tap on the frog (or flick) to jump. Dash & Ditto hold the rope.*

★ TIC-TAC-TOE - Play a classic game, with Carrots for "X" and Tomatoes for "O".

★ CARROT RACE - Help Dash pick carrots before the gopher pulls them underground.

★ BUS DRIVING - Steer the school bus, stopping to pick up animal 'students' along the way.

★ BABY BUNNIES - Let 10 baby bunnies out of their cage to be fed, caught or even dance.

Screenshots

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