Alphie the Squid is an ocean exploration game for kids and adults…but
especially fun for kids that love underwater sea creatures. Alphie the
Squid first launched in July 2013 at $2.99 on the App Store, but is FREE
for the holidays only between Christmas and Jan. 6th. iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/alphie/id657817239?ls=1&mt=8
When the game launched it was listed as “New &
Noteworthy” on the App Store and has 4.5 star rating. Parents seem to
love it. Currently there are only two worlds in the game, but a third
world will be released in early 2014.
I was first introduced to Alphie the Squid back in August 2013 where I did a review on the Alphie the Squid game. My grand daughter wore the heck out of Alphie on our trip to New Mexico. She got all the way to the end and was so proud of herself. But before that, Brody had his hand on Alphie and was doing quite well for a 3 year old. Personally, I love Alphie and I most like the music they play during the game. It’s so so pleasant to the ear.
Alphie delivers a polished bright look and just makes you want to play with him. It’s fun, it’s testy, it’s exciting and will engage the player with its exploration of screts of the ocean life and what waits ahead for Alphie.
both kids and adults who love sea creatures by allowing them to explore the
ocean from the point of the view of an adorable squid named Alphie. Rather than
create a purely educational game, they wanted to integrate real mechanics of a
squid into the game design. In the game,
players exercise the natural talents of giant squids: camouflage to hunt and
avoid predators, ink to escape and hypnotize prey, all the while venturing
through the mysterious ocean world and discovering wondrous sea creatures. As his counterparts in nature, Alphie grows
in appetite and speed to become one of the mightiest creatures of the sea.”
Here’s to having MORE fun in the Ocean!!
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