Hey Everyone, Ellie's Dad here. Thanks for taking a look at Color Dots. I hope your little one enjoys this game as much as Ellie does. We find that it's a great way to practice visual tracking, eye hand coordination, response time and finger dexterity. If your little one is 2 or 3 try calling out colors for them to pop. That's Ellie's favorite! Thanks for your support!
Color Dots is a colorful visual tracking game that will hold a child’s attention. A simple game that improves finger dexterity, mental stimulus and response time in young children. An educational intuitive game that puts fun first.
"My 10 month daughter loves this game. Great for building coordination. Best of all, no annoying menu button or ads for her to accidentally hit."
"Push a bubble and make it pop! No on screen ads, no on screen 'buy me' buttons that babies can accidentally press. It's nice and simple"
● Eye Hand Coordination Training
● Finger Dexterity Development
● Mental Stimulation
● Crisp Animations
● Vibrant, Visually Stimulating Colors
● Popping Sounds
● Pop Vibration (iPhone)
● iPad and Retina Display Support
● No ADS or on screen buttons! Perfect for infants!
● Remove Dot Border
● Change Dot Size
● Change Dot Speed
● Set Max Levels
● Remove Dot Sound
● Start/Stop Music
● Enable Dot Vibration (iPhone)
● Write a review
HOW TO PLAY:
Color Dots starts out with a colorful bouncing dot. When you pop the first dot, two dots show up to replace it. After popping those two, three dots show up and so on.
Ellie's Games combines vivid colors and simple game functions to help your child grow while having fun. I focus on bright, vivid color based games that help expand a child's growing mind. Simple themes and a user friendly interface make all of Ellie's Games simple and fun for children of all ages.
Have a question for Ellie's Games? Send it to me at Erik@ElliesGames.com
Check out Ellie's other games:
- Dot Connector
- Math Duel
- Alphabet Dots
- Counting Dots
- Rain Dots
- Color Squares
- Vet Island
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Added music back!
New setting on the settings screen to toggle music
Also new setting to toggle dot popping sound!
Fixed some menu bugs
Now, on the settings screen, adjusting the dot speed doesn't make them shake, neat.
Wanna chat? You can reach me at Erik@ElliesGames.com
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
I work for early intervention and I have a kiddo who is severely disabled. She loves popping the bubbles on this app on my iPhone to get the vibration feedback and it helps with her fine motor control so I purchased a gift card and downloaded it to an iPad we had purchased for the family. For some reason the iPad version isn't vibrating when she pops the bubbles. She's not interested without the vibration. I've tried searching for a contact at Ellie's Games but find no support. Can you please assist me or let me know how I can return and be refunded to a gift card so I can purchase something else better suited for her? Thank you.
Developer Response ,
Hi Lnr103, iPads do not contain the hardware to make the device vibrate. That's why dot popping isn't vibrating on your device. Apple would be happy to refund your purchase if your not satisfied. Feel free to contact them, or search google on how to refund a purchase.
Great infant/toddler app
I’ve used this app once my little girl started the pincer grab. She was nicely stimulated by the colorful dots moving around and didn’t really try to tap at first because her touch was too light and not the pad of her finger. Now, at 16 months she uses her finger pad to touch the dots and her touch is strong enough to be detected. Her fun quirk is that she’ll grab my finger and guide it to touch the dots. It’s a fun game for both of us to play together.
My #1 Baby App
Little Hannah is 8 months, and extremely grabby right now. I have a good case, so I let her have the phone. But, before I do, I open up Color Dots and enable Guided Access mode.
She has an absolute blast with this app. She smiles and laughs as she pops the dots by slapping the screen with her fingers and hands. The pop noise and vibration response makes this a perfect little game for an infant, and a must-have in any new parent’s arsenal.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.