Oct 25, 2013 - Imagine a game that teaches your children the coordination of building but doesn't create a mess of toy blocks in your living room. Wombi has created a social construction game called Wombi Tower, a game that can be downloaded on all iOS and Android products. Created for ages three and up, this virtual board game offers a social opportunity for building and, of course, the fun part of knocking the tower down. This game can be played with an unlimited amount of players, including solo.
Sep 26, 2013 - Wombi Apps today introduces Hippo Shower Time! 1.0, their new virtual board game for iOS. It's one thing to clean a dirty hippopotamus, but even more difficult when the showers are dysfunctional! In this simple game for ages 3 and up, players activate various showerheads that spray water on a dirty hippo. However, every so often the showerheads spray cold water that surprises the hippo so much it jumps and splatters back into the mud. This virtual board game can be played socially or solitarily.
Sep 25, 2013 - Most kids would rather play a video game than practice their multiplication tables, which is why the game developers at Wombi have found a way to make both possible. With the virtual touchscreen app Wombi Math, kids can discover that practicing mathematics isn't so boring after all. Players tap the equations on the board in front of them and pair them with the right answers. This app allows children to practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, & division with an easy-to-use matching game.
Apr 18, 2013 - A year ago Wombi Apps released a popular educational game called Color Monster, which helped children learn colors through the guidance of a picky monster. Following the success of this app, Wombi has created an additional three monster games that will make it fun to learn letters, shapes, and numbers in multiple languages, for Apple and Android device, Shape Monster, Number Monster, and Letter Monster are available at the App Store and Google Play for $2.99 USD each.
Mar 08, 2013 - Swedish educational app company, Wombi Apps today introduces Wombi Helicopter 1.0, a creative spin-off of their game Wombi Airplane for iOS and Android. Free to download and developed for kids ages 4 and up, Wombi Helicopter is sure to make learning fun. By assembling their own helicopters, children will learn a little bit about how the aircraft works. Next, they'll take their customized copters on an adventure-filled rescue mission through the city to pick up passengers.
Jan 28, 2013 - This January 31, Swedish app company Wombi will be releasing a game full of excitement, imaginative adventure, and treasure. Wombi Treasures is a child-friendly application that will be available for Apple and Android devices for $1.99 USD. Clever treasure hunters will be put to the test with tools, crafty gadgets, and detailed maps leading them to dead ends or thrilling finds.
Dec 18, 2012 - Kids will be able to build and fly their own airplanes in the new game Wombi Airplane, developed by Swedish educational app company Wombi. Players ages 4 and up must assemble their own plane then fly it on a mission through a beautifully illustrated course. Players are placed in a workshop-like setting with a large selection of plane parts to choose from. To control the game, players must tap the screen and adjust the plane's height at the right time.
Dec 08, 2012 - Swedish app developer, Wombi today introduces Wombi Ice Cream 1.0, their new kid-friendly application for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Designed for ages 4 and up, Wombi Ice Cream allows players to build their ideal ice cream sundaes. The game comes with ample choices of cones, bowls, ice cream flavors, and a slew of toppings. Its variety of options allows a large span of different sundae combinations, and its colorful illustrations and playful gibberish language will keep players engaged.
Nov 23, 2012 - Wombi today introduces Wombi Detective 1.0, its new educational game for kids 4 and up on iPad, iPod, and iPhone devices. Wombi Detective is an interactive mystery with a wide range of possible outcomes. A series of different witnesses, thieves, crime scenes, and stolen objects create a versatile game that can be solved multiple times. Its stylish graphics and low-key music create a Noir atmosphere, and its playful gibberish language provides a universal feel for all gamers.