There are a few games you can play on the app where the bear will help your child, also some stories and a puzzle. All rather captivating for a toddler although my toddler did get frustrated with one of the fish games because it didn't quite do what she wanted to it but at three she managed to work the app just fine. I like the way that the bear would ask if they wanted to play again. The poor bear also got turned over a lot much to my toddlers delight it would often say "I don't like being upside down". Which for some reason they found hilarious. The only issue with the app you can't change user, we found a way round this by downloading it to another device and filling out with a different child.
Both Ami and Son Son have loved it, more Son Son he has given it lots of cuddles and kissed and tried to feed it. The little mouth that moves is too much excitement for a little toddler. Ami it took her a while to go near it, she did not like the fact that it knew her name, she warmed up to it when we by accident not realising we were still connected to the bluetooth played a music video on youtube and it sung. Not really sung its mouth moved with the music she loved it after then.
|See look even my 8 year old loves putting his fingers in its mouth #weirdo
A Christmas top list I bet this year and what a lot of fun it is too. Something a bit different and interactive too.