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First Words for Baby: Foods

First Words for Baby: Foods for PC and MAC

Is a Educational game developed by Androbaby located at Free Zone and Port No:553 Famagusta, 99450. The game is suitable for PEGI 3 and required Android version is 4.1 and up.

How to run this game on PC or MAC

You can run all Android games and applications on your PC or MAC computer. Using a free software called Bluestacks, you don't need to purchase anything but games or applications it self if it isn't free.

Now you can use this Educational game on your PC or MAC.
User Reviews
This app is okay but needs to be more child friendly. My baby was enjoying it until an advert came up that scared him and was crying for ages after. Like the way that the picture come up with the name and sound of the item but not the movement of the picture, this could have been made more fun.
I think this one can be improved by having better foods shown rather than having junk. Also, occasionally random words will sound jarbled. I still have it a five because it and the other apps provided have been super easy and fun. We've been using them for 8 months now for sight word reinforcement!
I love that app a million billion Jillian kazillion please Astro baby please put more food please Astro baby please please please please please
This is quite helpful for my son; he's having a delay in speech , but this helps cause he tries to repeat the words/sounds.
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A tomato is actually a fruit not a vegetable so not sure why it is in the vegetable section. Other than that I approve of this app for my son and he loves it!
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So far the best language builder app for my kids. Much better than the book versions because of the audio.
They put advertisements right near where my toddler has to push to see the next picture; so every time he missed the button he was on an advertisement on the Internet.