GigglePad

GigglePad
$0.99
6 reviews
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Download size

3 MB

Last updated

4/11/2012

Version

1.8.0.0

Works with

  • Windows Phone 8.1
  • Windows Phone 8
  • Windows Phone 7.5
  • Windows Phone 7

App requires

  • photo, music, and video libraries
  • HD720P (720x1280)
  • WVGA (480x800)
  • WXGA (768x1280)
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Giggle Pad is a fun and educational game for children ages 9 months and older. It includes three modes. The first mode, called “Play Phone”, is a pretend phone that speaks. Numbers, voices, and songs play when you or your child press the pretend keys and call button. The second mode, "Baby Piano" lets your child play with a virtual piano. The third mode, called "Tap Shapes", shows random shapes, letters, and numbers when you touch the screen or press a key on your phone’s keyboard (if your phone has one). All letters, numbers, colors, and shapes are spoken out loud. In addition, you can drag your finger across the screen in this mode to play a song and display colorful starry fireworks! The trial mode allows you to play for 90 seconds (up from 30 seconds in previous versions!) and is otherwise fully functional. 
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Reviews

  • by HiveMind 9/12/2011
    Kinda cheesy, but cute.
  • by SleepyDaddySoft 6/26/2011
    This is the developer. Thanks everyone for the feedback! The trial mode issues have been addressed. If there is a feature you would like to see in a future version of Giggle Pad, please let me know at bell.jeremy@gmail.com! I look forward to hearing from you! I hope your little ones enjoy this app as much as my little one does!
  • by omega3upreme 3/30/2011
    Very good for my 13 month old.
  • by gogogadgetearl 12/5/2010
    Shapes mode keeps my 1.5yo plenty entertained. The songs are kind of creeper-ish, but Sleepy Dad did an effective job overall. Definitely worth $0.99.
  • by Rkimedes 11/19/2010
    Trial only lasts long enough to load the game.
  • by Kryptak 11/13/2010
    The trial limits you to 30 seconds of play. You can't even get a feel for the game in that time.