Wombi today introduces A Day At The Circus 1.0, their new educational children’s eBook for iOS devices. Based on illustrator Malin Rosenqvist’s unique pictures and style, A Day At The Circus contains one story and 20 mini games. The main idea behind A Day At The Circus was to use the app format in order to create a digital circus experience which is more than a traditional story book or a computer game. Children can use the app on their own without needing an older person’s help.
Game developers Ongoz Games are excited to announce the release of Circus Pain 1.0, their new game available for iOS devices. The game showcases Igor, the human cannon ball, whose tricks are not only death defying but also a must-see spectacle. Work your way through six different worlds and over 50 levels! Combining air acrobatics with death defying stunts, Circus Pain is a top-billed act for iPhone and iPad games. With plenty of levels and entertainment for all.
Virginia based KidsHeartGames today announces Circus Fun for the iPhone and iPad. Created as a fun mobile gaming experience that is accessible to young children, Circus Fun utilizes unique mini-games geared towards the acquisition of important skills to encourage children’s development and boost confidence as they play. The game’s levels emphasis the use of such important skills as object matching, memory, hand-eye coordination, as well as rudimentary organizational skills.