Interactive construction rigs for kids! Play with them like with die-cast model toys!
What's the difference between bulldozer and motor grader? You can learn it, and many other things from our expert Jeff.
Appysmarts.com (score 79/100):
"What we liked: the concept, beautiful detailed illustrations and animations, extra information about vehicles and vehicle parts, sound effects, easy operation."
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This app contains 10 high detailed vehicles with interactive functions to play with:
- Wheel loader with working bucket
- Road roller with emergency lighting
- Bulldozer with working blade and ripper
- Concrete mixer with revolving drum
- Articulated hauler (dump truck) with working open-box
- Mobile crane with working boom
- Tracked excavator with working backhoe
- Motor grader with working blade
- Heavy hauler (giant dump truck) with working open-box
- Compactor with working blade
+ opening doors, working wipers and front lights!
+ Talking character - Jeff the excavator operator
Highly detailed graphics and realistic sounds of engines, brakes, hydraulics etc.
- updated "more apps" screen
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Nice graphics a bit boring
The graphics are good, we have Machine World which is a bit complicated for my two year old, thought this might be a good substitute...but it's a bit on the simple side. Wish the trucks did something other than on the road, would be good if they worked together. Will keep the app, hopefully an upgrade will include more.
Great interactive app!
My 3 yr old son with autism loves this app! He likes all kinds of big trucks and construction vehicles. This app is very informative and he loves how you can interact with each vehicle by touching it and making them do different things. Thanks for making a realistic vehicle app!
Jeff the truck driver gets a little annoying to me at times but my son doesn't seem to mind him and you can turn his narration off.
This app had potential but as it is now is not fun and not worth paying for. The description says you can play with the vehicles like die cast models but the manipulation a are severely limited. You can't even move the vehicles around or use their features. You can only move them forward and off the screen. In addition, the narrator/construction man doesn't give much information and his mouth just moves randomly rather than speaking. A huge upgrade could make this app worthwhile for a construction-loving child but now it seems like it should be free and I regret purchasing it.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.