Slide-a-ma-jig from Lucky Radish Amusements is a fun game for young kids. It’s a Mr. Potato Head style game where you can slide and mix and match a myriad of different body parts (hat, head, torso, legs, feet), as well as change the background that the characters appear on. It’s got great colorful characters and hilarious sounds. My kids are 4 and 6 and they can spend quite a bit of time playing with the game. It’s probably best for the 3-8 aged set, but it can also amuse young-at-heart adults for a few minutes. Here’s some commentary from my kids’ first experience with the game:
“i like that one (bumble bee!)”
“oh, that looks good (building a dinosaur…)”
“look at him, he’s a ghost!”
“aaah, goo goo man!”
“this game is really funny!”
“this one’s cool!”
So pay the 99 cents and do the Slide-a-ma-jig.
The Steal – Win a Slide-a-ma-jig
We’ll be giving away four Slide-a-ma-jigs (Value $0.99).
Share what your favorite iPhone game or application is for kids and why in the comments below.
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Rules and guidelines:
- 18 years of age or older
- US Residents only
- One entry per person
Deadline to enter: Sunday, April 4, 2010 at 11:59PM PST (deadline extended)
What is Monday Madness?
Every Monday, Trekaroo announces on our blog, either a fantastic giveaway or an incredible deal. It could be a green water bottle or Broadway tickets. Return every Monday to the Talking Trekaroo Blog for the details. Want a reminder? Become a Trekaroo member or follow us on facebook or twitter. This Monday Madness was sponsored by Lucky Radish.
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