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- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
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English (United States)
The game of peek-a-boo has entertained babies and toddlers alike for years and years! In “Peekaboo, I See You!” our friendly blue fellow swings, rolls, bounces, summersaults and tiptoes into the hearts of little ones. The interactive game features various objects that Peekaboo hides among. Babies and toddlers must touch an object to see if that’s where he is hiding. Features: - Explores hand-eye coordination - Tested by babies, toddlers & parents - Music be turned on or off The Peekaboo, I See You! game app is based on the hit TV series found on BabyFirst. Now your child can play along in the car, at home or anyplace else with the mobile web game. The game is designed to enhance baby’s observation skills and is sure to result in plenty of giggles and surprises. About BabyFirst: BabyFirst is the leading TV network made just for babies, toddlers and parents. Developed by educational experts, the BabyFirst shows inspire a variety of developmental skills. Plus, it's completely commercial-free! Visit www.babyfirsttv.com
1/17/2014I've had this app for about a year now and my two year-old still loves it.
8/8/2013Needs to be random. Also shows as taking up 160 Mb when running Storage Check.
6/25/2013My two year old is in love with this. It's a great tantrum avoiding tool for me. :)
5/16/2013It's cute. Not very challenging for my two year old, and after playing it once, he knew right where peek a boo would be. Would keep his attention longer if hiding places were more random. Also, it would be nice if the game could gradually increase in difficulty.
2/3/2013This app works well but I wish there are more levels while a child improves in playing it.
1/6/2013My 2 year old loves this app she has so much fun and it distracts her when I need her to be quite for a little bit
12/21/2012My 2 year old loves this game. Every time she sees my phone she points and asks for peekaboo.
10/23/2012I wish there was a way to lock into the app so pushing windows, back, or search button doesn't exit the app. Very frustrating to the toddler.