In the game, children join Peter and his friends Benjamin Bunny and Lily Bobtail in their search for the pages of Peter’s dad’s lost journal. Along the way, children can explore a multitude of iconic landmarks and locations including Mr McGregor’s Garden, Mr Tod’s house, and Peter Rabbit’s home.
There are Interactive activities including fun spelling games, music tasks, number challenges and creative picture colouring for hours of endless entertainment.
N (18 months) loves colouring, so she particularly enjoyed that activity but also loved seeing all of the Peter Rabbit characters and all of the sounds and music throughout the game. The Peter Rabbit: Let’s Go! App is a great first app to introduce her to these kind of games, and I can definitely see it being a useful one to have available for times when we need to keep her quietly entertained, for example we are taking her on her first aeroplane flight soon…
Here’s a picture she made in the app!
Check out this short video to get a feel for more of the activities that are included in the game
Peter Rabbit: Let’s Go! features no in-app purchases or adverts, meaning parents can let their child play without the fear of additional payments.