**Special Introductory Price: Only $.99!**
Pete the Cat wants to groove along with his friends at the school concert, but he can’t find his guitar! Help Pete the Cat find his guitar and search for hidden objects all throughout Pete’s school. Once you find it, rock out with Pete at the school concert—or jam on Pete’s guitar all by yourself! You can even unlock a hidden 3D Pete who will play along with you (hint: grab your favorite Pete the Cat book to start grooving). It’s all good!
The bestselling and beloved Pete the Cat series now includes this groovy new app in which kids can play a fun hidden object game as Pete travels through his school looking for his guitar. The objects change each time you visit the classroom, the schoolyard, the cafeteria, or the school bus for endless fun! And best of all, after the first time you play, you unlock the School Jam game and Free Play mode. In the School Jam game, tap the strings of the guitar when prompted, a la Guitar Hero, while Pete and the Cool Cats play Rocking in My School Shoes. In Free Play mode, play Pete's guitar and watch him strum along in 3D!
•Search and find randomly hidden objects throughout four locations in Pete's school
•Discover fun animations and interactive hiding spots
•Play the School Jam game, a quick tap game while you listen to Rocking in My School Shoes
•Play Pete's very own guitar in Free Play mode
An extra bonus on iPad2 and above:
•Point your device in Free Play mode at any Pete the Cat book and watch a 3D Pete strum along in augmented reality
• Optimized for iPhone 5/5S
• iOS7 bug fixes
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Not worth $1
Only 4 seek screens and a song. My 3 year old did all 4 "games" and got bored with the song all within 10 minutes. Too bad since he loves the books and has done all the activities and song at preschool. It didn't even review colors or teach any foundational skill whatsoever. Pretty disappointing.
Cute but way too short
Cute app. My 3-year-olds like it. Quite short though. Took them no time to finish all the hidden objects and now there's really nothing else for them to do except do the screens over. Technically, it seems to work best on our iPad2 though. Is it not optimized for the iPad Air? The side bars are in the middle of the screen on the iPad Air.
What's with the bars?
I love this app and so do my kids with the exception of the presence of the yellow bars that align the middle of the screen? You can't always click on the hidden objects because of them and they are distracting from the actual game itself. This would be the perfect app if those lines/bars would disappear.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.