While most games available are about “making food”, I’m surprised to see a game that’s focused on I was looking around and thought this dining manners, not exactly dining etiquette but it’s a great start.
The game was clearly made for kids, and it looks pretty neat too with all the bright colors, sharp looking content and cute looking characters.
No complex interface nor online registration required to play, the game just works as it is.
All the user needs to do is read the details before the start of a mission and proceed accordingly. Most kids wouldn’t understand what this game’s all about so adult supervision is required to get the max out of it.
The user just has to take cues from Polly (or other characters’) thought bubble, and act accordingly. Execution of instructions are done via drag and drop.
Once completed, you finish a level and move to the next.
The game works what seems to be 4:3 ratio, so on 16:9 aspect ratio screens like most devices these days, you’ll see black bars on the left and right.
By fixing the content to the ratio, the developers spare the hassle of fitting the content into different device sizes and makes it less buggy. Oh wait, why am I talking about software development? 😛
Anyway, the only negative mark I can give about this game is that it’s sluggish. Yup, it’s sluggish on my HTC One, which is already a high-end device. 🙁
Head over to Google’s Play Store to download this game – your kid might just enjoy it and learn a thing or 2 while at that. 😀