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Comics Head iPad App Review – Creation Tool for Kids

Are your kids fans of Marvel comics? Or are they DC loyalist? Either way, if they are into comics and use the iPad to read comics and you are not okay with them always reading for entertainment, here’s a creation tool.

Introducing Comics Head, an easy-to-use comic strip builder that can also be used to create graphic novels and engaging comic arts. But why would you want to do that?

Simple: kids can be really creative in their childhood and having a system in place that makes it easy to create is just the right tool they need. Enter Comics Head. 
Comics Head – What is It?

Comics Head as an app lets you create stuff. It could be a retelling of your favorite Marvel comic or a new creation altogether. The app gives you a blank canvas to start with, but you can also choose pre-set templates to work on.

We recommend using a template at first because starting from scratch and picking and choosing item-by-item can get tedious. It actually is because there are hundreds and thousands of objects…

The House that Went on Strike – iPad App Review

Targeted at kids and adults alike, The House that Went on Strike is a poem of sorts about a house whose occupants fail to take care of the house. 

The main idea of the app is the revolting nature of the house which goes on a strike against the dwellers. Helping it in its quest are the appliances inside the house such as the refrigerator, stairs, and windows. As you can imagine, it is total chaos for those living in the house.

So, the story goes like this:

My roof was ancient, my chimney was grimy 
My windows were streaked and my walls were all slimy 
My shingles were battered, I had no sense of pride 
And if you think that looks gloomy, take a look inside 

Storyline Specifics

The story may sound vague but the app takes very specific measures as part of its strike.

For example, the entire house goes on a full ‘Clean Revolution’ where different appliances throw their tantrums at those who live inside. With a touch of comedy in it, the story has an oven that shouts “Fire! Fire!”, a dishwasher…

Labo Car Designer Review – Perfect Way to Teach Kids to Draw

We are back with a quick review of Labo Car Designer, a cute little designing app by Labo Lado aimed at kids in the age group of 4 to 8. In the game, each player must pick a car type to start the journey. The app itself provides various choices: from fancy cars like shoe cars and shark cars to real ones such as ambulance, fire truck, and grocery vans. 


Gameplay

The main goal of the app is to design/color the chosen car type. When you choose the car, you basically get an outline along with wheels. It is your job to design/add other parts of the car. It can be as simple as a dot or you can aim higher and experiment.

Labo Car Designer, therefore, is a drawing app than a designing or coloring one. You can paint brushstrokes on your car and stick cute stickers of animals and birds. The ultimate goal is to turn the car into your own project. No matter how you design it, the car will run.

The next step is to take your car for a drive through the in-app cartoon town. Here you will come across a…