Any child, girl or boy, who loves the enchanting world of princesses, unicorns, fairies and rainbows, will adore the Princess and Pony – Puzzle Game for Girls. This jigsaw puzzle app contains 30 puzzles, puzzles with beautiful illustrations of princesses, fairies, unicorns, horses, rainbows and a handsome prince or two.
Each puzzle has three levels of difficulty; in the easy level the puzzle is broken into six pieces; normal, 12 pieces; and hard, 16 pieces. The precision, regardless of which level of difficulty, can be controlled in your device settings for this app.
Princess and Pony is a universal app that plays well even on the smaller screen of an iPod. The app interface is very easy to use. Beautiful music adds to the enchanting world of princesses and fairies. The music can be muted on the main screen of the app.
This app does contain a “more apps” button on the main screen which will take your child out of the app. This would be my only suggestion to the developer, please consider removing or protecting the button. The button’s current design, in the shape of a crown, is highly attractive to young users. Making this one change would increase the star rating of this app.
Additional jigsaw puzzles, by Rainbow Stories, are available in iTunes.
Princess and Pony – Puzzle Game for Girls is a fantastic app for any child who loves jigsaw puzzles and the enchanting world of princesses and unicorns.
We would like to introduce a recently published game for children: Princess and Pony – Puzzle Game for Girls. The game includes 30 wonderfully illustrated jigsaw puzzle games. This application has been especially tailored to meet the needs of the youngest children, aged from 2 to 9. The application makes it possible to begin playing with simple six-piece jigsaw puzzles and finish with complex sixteen-piece ones, all to the sounds of wonderfully composed and produced music.
You can set the game parameters to fit the present development stage of the child. Besides choosing the number of pieces the illustration will be cut into, there is also a possibility of smooth precision adjustment. Beginning with low precision setting, a child will be able to drop a piece of a jigsaw puzzle considerably away from its right place and it will be automatically adjusted to the correct position. At the high precision setting, a child will have to operate with a surgeon’s precision in order to fix the puzzle pieces in their places.