Good concept, however my son simply learnt very quickly to copy the colours. In reality coding isnt going to tell you what to write, so I don't feel my son was learning to solve the puzzle but was more just playing a game of identify the colour. Perhaps remove the colour of each dot until after a sequence has been choosen, or set difficulty levels to remove them as well as remove the limit of how many of each arrow could be used for harder difficulty.
My son loves this. His only request is that he wants to change and choose the color of car he drives on each level. Just an idea. This game is super intuitive and fun.
My son really loves it. It does help kid to start learning how to find best solution and how to solve problem. So impressive.
My three girls, aged 6,6, and 4 all love this game. They've clocked it and now want more. So, more levels please :)
Contained no challenge (even hint of) in 10 free levels for my 4 y.o. son. Not really sure is there point in spending money for 70 more levels of "repeat color sequence".
It's really good and you can have boys and girls play it
Tweaks for a better user experience
educational game set of learning materials for pre-school age children, kindergarten, elementary
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