Wednesday, 4 July 2018

App review : Peter Rabbit: Let's Go!


First published in 1901, Beatrix Potter's The Tale of Peter Rabbit has never been out of print since. It's a timeless classic and the newest generation of fans has been won over by the CGI animated TV series for preschoolers, based on the books. This popular series has in turn been the basis for a new mobile game by independent game developer No Yetis Allowed, available for download on The App Store and Google Play. 


 Mischievous, charming and brave, Peter is a hero who overcomes obstacles, outwits predators and avoids danger as he embarks on a series of exciting adventures with his best friends Benjamin and Lily. The Peter Rabbit: Let’s Go! game brings the Beatrix Potter favourite and his friends to life using vibrant 3D graphics and will surprise and delight young fans of the TV series.


Packed with features, the game enables parents and children to spend time together exploring and interacting with the magical world of Peter Rabbit and his friends. Young players can join Peter and his friends Benjamin and Lily in their search for the pages of Peter’s dad’s lost journal, exploring a multitude of iconic landmarks and locations, including Mr McGregor’s Garden, Mr Tod’s house and Peter Rabbit’s home.


 Many of the interactive activities have an educational aspect and include fun spelling games, music tasks, number challenges and creative picture colouring. Children can have fun with:
● Vegetable raids in Mr McGregor’s garden
● Pinecone bowling at the Squirrel Camp
● Ladybird hunting (watch out for the bees!)
● Strawberry raids at Mr Tod’s house
● Shape-matching games outside Peter Rabbit’s home
● Jeremy Fisher’s musical game
● Lift, bounce and throw blocks around Peter Rabbit’s home
● Balloon bouncing and bursting fun up in the secret treehouse
● Have fun with a toy train in Peter Rabbit’s bedroom


Peter Rabbit: Let’s Go! aims to give fans of the Peter Rabbit TV series the most authentic experience possible, including the use of stunning high-quality 3D graphics that mirror the art style of the hit TV show, as well as the use of the original voice talent, bringing the personality of each character to life. Players can also tap and swipe characters to trigger dialogue options and animations – or tickle them just for fun! Another huge bonus point for parents - 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.


Here at The Madhouse, Pierre - the namesake of the French version of Peter Rabbit, Pierre Lapin - was delighted to enter the animated world "just like on TV" through the game and interact with the cute bunnies. The mini games are quick and simple to play so even very young children will get the hang of them very quickly. He also loved the extra Peter Rabbit-themed goodies that we received to celebrate the new game, including a cute Hopping Peter Rabbit toy (complete with wiggly ears), an activity book and an adventure pack of play figurines.

Download Peter Rabbit: Let’s Go! from the App Store or the Google Play Store.

Disclosure : We received a download code and some Peter Rabbit toys in order to write an honest review.

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