Try adding a playground element to your child's next game of charades with Biba Shake Charades!Intended for kids aged 4 to 6, Biba Shake Charades lets you host a game of charades with your pre-schooler on the playground, but with one important catch: they have to incorporate a piece of playground equipment into their performance!Biba introduces a new category of imagination-driven games that bring back the basic joy of play, blending digital interaction with real world activity. Biba games are designed to re-imagine play for children who are growing up as the first of a touchscreen generation--breaking them away from sedentary video game experiences and bringing them out to the playground where the real fun happens. And remember, with Biba, kids and devices are always safe because Biba games have parents holding the device at all times.Just open Biba, enter your playground's equipment and play!-----Features-Shake your phone to change charade combos for your child.-If youre at a 'Biba-Activated Playground', you can scan on-site tags to unlock Hybrid mode. If you thought doing a charade with two elements was challenging, try three!-Biba games are often wacky and unconventional, so for best experience, remember to agree to camera and microphone permissions when asked for!Your PrivacyBiba holds the privacy of families with the highest regard and all of our games comply with COPPA regulations. Biba games only collect broad location data that complies with COPPA privacy standards and ONLY if you volunteer to turn this service on in our apps.Please keep in mind that the info collected is used to learn more about playground equipment availability across the nation and improve our games for the playgrounds you use. Playgrounds are an important part of growing up, testing boundaries and exploring new imaginative forms of engagement and we endeavor to make the best playground games for your kids that we can.
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