Frank's Farm is a game for the youngest children. Help Frank to find his animals on the farm and to recognize the animals by their sounds.Frank's Farm consists of three different games.- The first game is "Find the Animals" which consists of Frank asking the child where one of the animals are located on the field. Clicking on the right animal will cause it to run into the stable. The child will get another try if they click on the wrong animal.- Game number two is called "Animal Sounds," and in this game, the child must recognize the animals by their sounds. - The third game is called "The Farmhouse" where the child can click on the animals to hear and learn how they sound.Franks speaks both English and Swedish and you can change the language accordingly in the iPad settings. The default language of the game is the language that your iPad is currently using, if supported.The game was developed together with my now two and a half year old daughter. She has been playing the game since she was about 16 months and at age two started to think it was a little too easy. But the challenge it is certainly individually depending on the child, previous game experience, iPad-practice, etc.We at TomPod and Pinnepop Games firmly believe in a safe and enjoyable gaming environment for your children. Therefore, our apps have no advertising, no "In app purchases," and no links that open a web browser or email client. The only way for your child to leave the game is to press the home button.This is a conscious choice, as we feel that there are way too many games on the AppStore that lures the children to buy things in the game, and there are often more ways out of the game than to stay in the game. Therefore, we have chosen to build a game that costs a little extra compared to many other games in the AppStore but in return is a safe environment for your children to play in.Our hope is that your child and you will enjoy playing with Frank's Farm and that you have many happy moments together with your child in front of your iPad.
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