Heavy or Light is a colorful educational game for kids of all ages to learn about the weight of, and how to weigh objects. There are three game modes included so that it will appeal to kids and toddlers with different interests.
Heavy or Light game mode presents two different objects and you have to choose which is heavier. Currently there are 25 different objects, each compared to each other gives up to 300 combinations to play with. More objects will be added in the future.
Guess the Weight mode presents an object on a scale along with a variety of different weights. You can then drag weights and try to balance the scale, and determine the weight of the object. The game does not use pounds, ounces, kilograms or grams, but simplifies the weighing process to make it accessible for young toddlers. It teaches kids how to measure the weight of an object by allowing them to use different numbers to total up to the object being weighed. It also encourages math skills as they will start to see patterns by using the 1,5,10,25 and 50 unit weights (not lb or kg specific).
Free play mode allows you to take any of the objects (toys, animals, fruit) and place them on the scale to compare against other objects. You can see which objects or combinations of objects weigh more than others. There is no goal or time limit, and the child is encouraged to just move the items around and test them against each other.
* Three modes of play
* 25 unique objects to weigh and interact with (toys, animals, fruit)
* Fun physics on a functional scale
* Colorful music and graphics
* Appropriate for kids age 2 and up
* Educational - encourages math, weighing, measuring, physics
* Ad free
Note : This is the LITE version of the game, and is limited to 5 objects. The full version contains 25 fun colorful objects, with more to come.
The blind mouse sits in a flat tray containing one ore more cheese pieces (goals). The challenge is to guide the mouse around the tray and collect all the cheese pieces.
Swipe on the mouse to start.
The blind mouse goes in a straight line until it hits a wall, you can then swipe again.
And you can shake your device as many times as you like to shuffle the boxes.