Welcome to Curious George’s Town! Curious George needs your child's help doing odd jobs around town, so he can save money and buy fun, new items for his very own world.
Your child can help George do his chores in order to earn coins and save up for fun purchases! Kids help Curious George sort vegetables in the market, learn the alphabet at the library, feed the animals at the pet store and bake a cake at the bakery.
•Children accompany Curious George around town to help him at each of his jobs. Each job is a fun and entertaining game children play while collecting coins.
•Coins are assembled in a piggy bank, and once a child has enough saved he can purchase items ranging from flowers to roller coasters!
•Parents can get in on the fun by setting external chores in the parents section, and reward their child with coins for the game.
Each of George’s jobs is a free play game that helps children learn about animals, fruits and recycling. Earning coins and saving them to purchase fun new items for their town teaches kids how save their money in order to accomplish a goal. They learn to plan, set goals and make strategic choices. Oh, and buy dinosaurs of course!
-Feed the animals at the pet store
-Decorate a cake at the bakery
-Sort books and learn the alphabet at the library
-Clean and recycle at the park
-Navigate through the maze in town square
-Collect items from the checkout at the grocery store
-Narration and guidance from The Man With The Yellow Hat
-Perfect for toddlers and kids in preschool, this app features games that keep children engaged and excited.
-No in-app purchases
-No third-party advertising
Minor bug fixes and performance improvements
Ratings and Reviews
Lack of multiplayer sign in
I have two toddlers and they love this app. The main draw back is the lack of multiple player mode. So each child can't keep track of how much money they earn. So I have one child earning and saving while the other is happy spending. Needless to say when this happens the one that earned the money is NOT a happy camper!
My 4 year old loves all the Curious George apps but she seems to be growing out of them. This one is fun but the games are a little repetitive and the town elements do not connect together. So not much happens when you add to your town. She's also collected all the different elements you can add to the town. Oh well...
It gets my kids to do their chores and enjoy them!
I didn't have the turn issue on the fountain game.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.