My First Puzzles: Snakes 4+

Alexandre Minard

Designed for iPad

    • 3.3 • 6 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

If you don't like in-app purchases, a full version is also available. Check our website.

Kids from 2 to 6 will have fun solving their first puzzles. With 20 different puzzles, nice sound effects, beautiful graphics and 3 levels of difficulty, this game will entertain your children while improving their motor skills and teach them to count to 12.

The 3 first puzzles are free, the others can be bought inside the game.

This game is part of your "Learning is fun" educational game collection. Visit our website for more info: http://ar-entertainment.net/learning/ipad.html or http://ar-entertainment.net/learning/

What’s New

Version 3.6

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Fix minor bugs

Ratings and Reviews

3.3 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

Indianaland ,

Great...but

Great app for young kids. This puzzle in particular has really helped my 3 yr-old learn the symbols for numbers (she has been able to count to 20 for ages, but strggles to know what a 7 looks like, or the difference between 6 and 9). I would not recommend this for older kids, I can't imagine kids 4 and up would be interested in this for very long, its pretty basic.

In response to some others...

1st - It says right in the game description "first three games are free, other may be bought in the game". This should not come as a shock. Nearly all free apps are offered as a preview before buying the full version. I appreciate being able to see if my daughter will even like the game before spending money on it.

2nd - you should not be allowed to download apps without a password (even free ones), you can also disable in-app purchases in your general settings.

Lakosked ,

Purchasing Fiasco and Puzzles Disappointing

I agree with others about in app purchases. I have this turned off by default. So the only way to purchase the app is to turn in app purchases back on. So I did and I purchased the app, then I turned it off again. I then went to our second iPad and tried to download the "purchased" app. No luck, it only installs the trial. So it would seem that the in app purchases are meant to get money for each install per device, even if they are linked to the same account.

Puzzles are a let down. It's the same puzzle pieces in the trial. Just a different amount of pieces. I figured they would be literally different puzzles. But in the developers mind a 3 piece snake puzzle is a different puzzle to a 4 piece snake puzzle. All the same shapes. Head, body tail. Or head, body, body, tail. I know it's called snakes but this is lazy.

Sebodo ,

My kids play everyday!

My kids absolutely love the game! The dinosaur version is brilliant. Keep more puzzles coming as my 2 year old has completed all of them!

Oh and BTW, your child shouldn't be able to buy the game by him/herself. I suggest you ummm change your password?!? Give me a break.

Secondly, 99.5% of apps cost money to pay for employees and insure a future for the company. As a business owner, I find it appalling so many people want handouts. You did receive part of the game free so stop complaining. As you know, software companies have been selling products like this for years.. Grow up tard

App Privacy

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