If you read the blog on the regular (which I hope you do!), then you know about my love and my toddler’s love for Sago Mini apps.
We have all of them on our iPad and iPhone since our son loves to play any and all of these games. The latest to launch is Sago Mini Babies, and we were lucky enough to give this app a test run just before it launched on October 8th!
All of the regular characters returned for the latest Sago Mini app including Robin, Jinja, Harvey and Jack. My son’s favourite character is Harvey, and he was excited to play with the app once I told him he needed to be the like a Mommy or Daddy and take care of Harvey the baby.
The app has eight different activities or tasks you must do with your baby – feed them, give them a bottle, play dress-up, change their diaper, dance, play with blocks, have bath time, or play in the backyard on a swing. If the baby gets tired at all there is a nap station with the super cute Yeti to watch over them.
Like the other Sago Mini apps, a star appears at each station and once the child taps on it, they can move forward with the activity. It’s easy to see the star appear, and they instinctively want to click on it.
My son noticed when the baby characters were happy and he wanted to keep them that way! Once the baby started to giggle he immediately knew that he wanted to keep the baby smiling and laughing. Once the baby was unimpressed with an outfit my son dressed them in or with a food they tried, you could see the baby nod their head no, or they would make a bored face.
Overall this is hands-down my son’s favourite app. At the ripe old age of 3 he just loved taking care of these Sago Mini Babies, and pretty much all I’ve heard (even now while I am writing this post) is “Mom, can I please play Sago Mini Babies?”.
When Jinja arrived in the mail he was so excited, but the first thing that popped out of his mouth was “why isn’t he wearing a diaper?”. He truly loved the concept of this game, and the idea of caring for all of the Sago Mini characters. I loved seeing how he would react to the characters feelings and try to change their mood.
For more information on the Sago Mini Babies app, click here. The app is available in the iTunes store, along with all of the other Sago Mini apps.