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Regina R.

Status: Reviewer

Categories of apps she/he wants to review: Books - Education - Entertainment - Games - Lifestyle - Productivity - Utilities - Other

iDevices she/he owns: - iPad2

Description: I am a mother to a 9, 6, and 2 year old twins. I love finding new apps for my kids. My twins have special needs so i am especially interested in apps for them. I also like to use apps on the iPad. I occasionally work outside the home in a local hospital.

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Date when her/his profile was validated: 2012-08-03

User who invited him/her: Jean-Eudes L.

Total review Karma: + 0     ?

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Her/His app reviews

Chocolate Chip Cookie Factory: Place Value (v1.0) [text]

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What I liked I immediately liked that this app has an easily accessible "how to play" button. It is right there in the game at the bottom right hand corner. I like that there can be more than one player. A log, which can be cleared, of previous totals is a nice feature. I also like that the app has several mathematical types such as subtraction, addition, division, etc.
Improvements I would like to see the graphics be more colorful and vibrant. Make the world of mathematic look fun! I would also like to see a reward system within the game so it will draw the children back. Also it would be nice to have it written down somewhere in the app what the value of different containers are.
General review I think this app has a very good idea behind it but I don't know that it would hold my children's attention. I think my 6 year old would enjoy it more if there was a reward system in the game. I think she would also enjoy a more colorful display. I think that my 10 year old would enjoy playing it if he was competing against a friend. I think it would also be more interesting for him if it mixed all the mathematical factors together.