Otto's Toy Chest

109 reviews
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About this game

Otto's moved to a new house and the movers didn't do a very good job! Otto's toys have fallen apart and you can help put Otto's toys back together in a snap! You simply touch and drag the pieces of each toy together to bring them to life! Each colorful and friendly toy has its own unique animations and multiple outfits and accessories! There are twelve unique toys including, Poots the dog, Lily the cat, Stick-eee the frog, Flip the horse, Gigi the monkey, Bobo the bear, Carter the centipede, Babe the rag doll, Debug the Robot, Tweeder the bird, Gill the octopus, and Splint the spider! There are over 40 variations of toys to make - enough to keep you busy for a while!

Otto's Toy Chest is a non-violent game that is kid safe and is great for early learning development. A productive use of time, it teaches basic problem solving skills and helps to develop motor skills.
Updated on
Aug 4, 2023

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Ratings and reviews

105 reviews
A Google user
September 12, 2014
Loved it
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A Google user
August 31, 2012
1 person found this review helpful
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A Google user
June 16, 2012
I like the idea but since the controls select an item that is a few centimeters away from where you are touching you often grab a different piece then you wanted. It's not so bad in early levels but as the puzzles become more complex the more frustrating this becomes and really bad for a child who's fine manipulation is still developing. It's a wonder at what the developer was thinking.
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April 10, 2013
The controls select the piece you touch directly under your finger first, or the piece next to your finger if there's not one under it. So if two pieces are next to each other touch directly the piece you want. The controls move the pieces to the side of your finger so that you can see where your placing the piece.