Tooth Monster HD Pro: Written iPad App Review
Having grown up in a medical family of a toothy bent, this reviewer has a special place in his heart for dental care education. As such, I’m more than excited to be bring you today a full review of Tooth Monster HD Pro be developer JINIBINI. The app is easily one of the best ways that we know to educate your children about proper tooth brushing habits, as well as one of the most fun around. It comes jam-packed with quality artwork and quality factoids, making it a tremendous value on the iPad. And for our full review, you need only to scrub on down below the break!
Concept and Gameplay
As with all good apps for children, Tooth Monster HD is not so much a game as it is a combination of learning tools and fun diversions. That being said, unlike some apps we’ve seen in the past, the blend within the title is simply superb.
Tooth Monster HD comes loaded with three unique mini-games, as well as a wonderful narrative instruction your children about the benefits of tooth care. The story follows several children who become plaque fighters, creating a unique club for your children to join in order to take care of their teeth.
The mini games create real-life scenarios combined with fantastical plaque monsters in order to show your children visually how important it is to take care of their teeth. It’s really quite ingenious, as your children will need to scrub off the invaders to keep the mouth on the iPad in pristine condition. Furthermore, Tooth Monster HD also comes with a tooth brushing instructional booklet and song set which ensures your kids are brushing correctly, and for the proper amount of time. All in all, it’s an incredibly detailed, rich and accurate way to teach proper dental habits.
Design and Artwork
Have we mentioned that Tooth Monster HD looks incredible, too? If not, then we’re officially doing so now. The artwork within the app is hand drawn, and so detailed that it frightens the illustrator in me. The art is gorgeous from top to bottom, as is the writing of the story. Furthermore, the mini-game and accessory controls are simple enough for any child to operate. Even if you’re not there, you can rest assured that your children will be able to use the app correctly to brush their teeth.
In fact, our only real concern with Tooth Monster HD is the price. The app does cost a whopping five bucks in the App Store. This is slightly higher than we might like, but at the same time, you’ll be getting your money’s worth with the app. It’s by and large the best dental education app we know of on the iPad, and for that, we’d pay quite a bit more. All in all, Tooth Monster HD is a simple recommendation for any concerned parent.
Tooth Monster HD Pro requires iOS 3.2 or later and is compatible with iPad. A small expedite fee was paid by the developer to speed up the publication of this review.
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