With summer almost coming to its end I have been finding it more difficult to keep the kiddo’s entertained. Fortunately, we came across this totally awesome Princess 3D Interactive Puzzle Game by Popar. This is a little fashionista’s dream come true!!! You can dress-up your virtual Princesses from head to toe in glamorous gowns, hairstyles, pretty patterns, and countless colors. Make your very own princess by changing her face, skin, hair and outfit. Then give her a pretty princess name! Two modes of play: dress-up your princess in glamorous outfit customized to your liking, or play with your princess on top of the puzzle! Make her dance at the disco, watch fireworks or take a walk in the rain. Did I mention awesome!
T Jochim, CEO of Popar Toys, explains simply, “where most puzzles and games end, Popar begins.” Indeed, building a 300-piece sports puzzle is only half the fun. The finished Soccer 3D Soccer InteractivePuzzleGame begins a whole new game with the point of an Apple or Android device. Suddenly, the flat puzzle is transformed into an augmented reality where kids can be the stars at the World Cup. Hence the company’s tagline: “Read it. See it. Be it.”
My daughter LOVES fashion and has been designing outfits since she was old enough to hold a pencil. I am constantly amazed by her imagination and creativity and this game has the ability to bring her image to life!
After assembling the puzzle the extra-thick, easy to hold puzzle pieces download and open the free app (*NOTE: I found this to be the most difficult part. We tried it on the iPad 1st generation, didn’t work. Duh, need a camera. Tried iPod touch 5th generation. Will for surely work right? Nope! Called the company and for some reason only works on later model iPads or iPhones. Keep that in mind while purchasing!)
Once we got that figured out it was hours of fun!
All 3D puzzles are priced at a very friendly $14.99. Designed for children 6 and up, parents and siblings will want to get their hands on these fun augmented reality games. Popar recommends getting up and moving around the puzzle for a better view of the game! Kids (and grownups) can play for 30 seconds or 30 minutes , improving game skills and finding new avenues to play the puzzle.