I was really excited that Cameron would get to review Hoopa City. He loves playing games on my phone and is a bit of a technical whiz.
Here’s what the game developers say:
to 8 years (ok, and parents too!) HOOPA CITY lets budding builders’
imaginations run wild as they help Hoopa Hippo create lively villages,
towns and cities, all populated by Dr.Panda and his friends.
the show is a new game mechanic, which not only lets you combine different
materials to build roads, houses and more but different elements too. These
unlock secret combinations, which create surprising features or buildings. For
example combine a tree and a house and a garden will miraculously appear.
There is an explosion
of confetti when the first combination occurs.
there’s lots of fun to be had as you fill landscapes with shops, roads, schools,
and even theme parks or stadiums! Each building takes a special combination of
materials to create, so don’t be afraid to experiment. Whether you want to build
a shopping paradise, a beach resort, or a quiet forest town, you can with Hoopa
in Hoopa’s City!”
- Build your own city – however you like
- Play and experiment with 7 world-building materials like water, electricity and brick!
- Discover many different buildings
- Save your game, take a break, play again later
- Play however you want! No time limits or strict rules.
Cameron loves challenging games that require a bit of ‘thinking’ to work things out and this was perfect for him.
I think this game is awesome. To be honest if I had the time, I would sit down and play it myself.
The controls are simple and easy to learn. Cameron is only 4 and he had no problem with them
As mentioned above. This game also tests your memory as you memorise the combinations to get the different buildings.
When Cameron plays games, it is important to me that they have some educational factors to them, and building memory is a brilliant aspect.
You can purchase Hoopa City from the Apple Store for just £1.99!
This is absolute bargain for this type of game! Personally I think they should be charging a bit more!
I would highly recommend this game to kids aged 4 and over. That includes any big kids too (Adults)
Note: I received a free copy of the game for the purpose of the review. I didn’t receive any money and all views are independently formed my My Life As A Mummy (And Cameron)