Friday, March 2, 2012

Ellie's Games: Alphabet Dots

Alphabet Dots is an alphabetical game used to teach children the alphabet in a fun, interesting way. There is no reprimanding when the child gets it wrong, it simply won't pop the dot. While, this game is beyond Little at this point, my older girls (Ages 8 and 11) enjoy the game, even though they already know their letters.

Alphabet Dots contains bright colors, vibration(iPhone), and sound to stimulate a child's interest in the game. There are NO ADS ever in Ellie's Games, which makes this perfect for toddlers just starting to learn their letters. There are also customizable settings that allow you to turn off the dot border, remove the dot popping sound, reset the high scores, and add vibration (iPhone).

How to play: Simply pop the dots in alphabetical order from A-Z. If you need a hint, simply waiting a few seconds will cause the game to wiggle the next letter.


Cost: $0.99
Size: 4 MB
Compatible with: iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, running iOS 3.2 or later.


Sorry the video is sideways. This is NOT Little. It's my 11 year old.