Memory matching games, really? 04/25/2012
Android, iPhone, and Windows Phone each have a wide variety of image matching games such as Kids Memory. The script goes like this - tap one tile, tap another one, and if the two images match they remain uncover until the end of the game.
If this is all, you may ask, why should I bother installing it, and why would my child play the game?
From our experience, children enjoy these games for several reasons. First, there is the excitement of discovering new images and sounds when the child taps a tile for the first time. Second, the sense of control when the child knowingly taps the same tile over and over; not because he is trying to find the matching picture, but because the picture that appeared last time will appear this time as well. Last, the excitement of actually finding a pair of matching images, and the pleasure of hearing the “bravo” from a nearby parent.
Raking up points is not a priority for a 3yo or a 4yo, so if you are the developer for the game and are developing for children in that age range, you may save yourself the effort and not count points.
Today we published an update to the Android application "Best Games For 3yo", in which we completed sections Entertainment and Puzzles with the best games in these areas (previously these two sessions were "under construction"). Enjoy.
Announcing Best Games For 3 Plus for Android 04/04/2012
Today we released the application "Best Games For 3 Plus" for Android smart phones . As the name implies, the application catalogs the best games that are available on the Android platform that are suitable for children between 3 and 4 years of age.
So far, we have searched tens of thousands of applications and have identified some 15 games that are both fun for children to play, and can help the child's mental and cognitive development. As we continue to search for more games among both existing and newly published games, we will continuously update the application with our findings.
To see a description of "Best Games For 3 Plus", go to our product page. To see the application on the Android market, please follow this link.
January updates 02/01/2012
In January 2012 we updated Phone Help with a number of articles and details, or which the major ones were on these topics:
Phone Help Professional is now online 01/04/2012
Today we published the first version of Phone Help Professional - or Phone Help Pro for short. In additional to all the benefits of Phone Help, it also includes:
Welcome to the Real Simple Solutions blog. We are starting this blog to post updates on the products we develop.