10 App Store Games To Watch [8/11/16]

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Please don’t fall out of your chair when you realize it has barely been a couple of weeks since I published my last roundup (at least if you’re reading this when I first post it).  This time around the majority of the games I selected are family friendly, but three in particular were made with the younger set in mind.  Highlights Monster Day is, as you might suspect, a window into a day in the life of a little monster.  It helps young kids get a grasp on what an average day for them might be like, and it actually has a couple of scenes with some fun physics interaction going on.  If you’re kids are musically inclined, or you want to give them the chance to be, Mussila – Musical monster adventure is a good place to start.  Among other things, this game teaches kids to identify instruments by their sounds, recognize different rhythms and tell which notes are which on a piano keyboard.  Finally, Family in Puzzle House is a game whose genre is near and dear to my heart.  This is a great way to introduce your kids to the wonderful world of adventure games, and I actually found it interesting enough to complete it myself.
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