Best Android Tablet Games for Kids

Samsung galaxy tab3 kids available in the UK only also release rest of country coming days it is best android tab for kids which has tech-savvy, The Galaxy Tab 3 Kids is essentially the existing Galaxy Tab 3 tablet with a colourful, more-easily grippable casing, and a “C Pen” stylus for use with drawing apps. It also provides a time management feature for parents that can lock the device after a pre-set amount of usage. The device has a seven-inch screen, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, front and rear cameras, and 8GB of internal memory plus a microSD card slot for storage.

HCL Me Champ

 Hcl me champ tablet suitable for children in the age group 4 to 12 years. Priced at Rs 7,499, the tablet sports a 7-inch capacitive touchscreen with 800 x 480 pixels of resolution. It is powered by a 1GHz Cortex A9 processor coupled with 1GB RAM and gets the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean flavor. The Me Champ offers 3G access via USB and also supports Wi-Fi. The company has also loaded the device with a wide variety of content ranging across categories from education to TV and games. It has decent 4GB onboard storage, expandable up to 32GB via microSD card slot. The company has also included parental control functions to prevent unauthorized access by kids.

Cut The Rope

If your children love fiddling with your touchscreen phone, then why not introduce them to mobile gaming. Cut the Rope can be a great option that includes simple swipes across the touchscreen. Moreover, it includes an adorable hungry little monster called Om Nom and lots of dangling goodies. Om Nom’s hungry, and the user has to feed him. The only problem is that the candy is being held back by ropes and there are obstacles like bubbles and spiders. The player needs to cut ropes in just the right way so the candy lands into Om Nom’s mouth. The game is simple, fun and addictive. Cut the Rope is available across platforms for iOS and Android for around Rs 61.

Rayman Fiesta Run

After the popular and successful Rayman Jungle Run, the newest iteration of the game is called Rayman Fiesta Run. Let your kids join Rayman in his newest adventure.  It can be an engaging game for kids who can jump, fly, punch, side, swim, shrink and even run up walls. The game comes with more than 75 levels and new rewards and power-ups. Some more fun elements include lunging for cocktail umbrellas, leaping on limes and punching piñatas. It can be downloaded for Android at Rs 189 and iOS at Rs 223.

Where’s My Water

Next in our list is, Where’s my Water, a popular puzzle game with a central character called Swampy, the alligator. This cute Disney character often faces enmity from his fellow Gators who try to stop the water supply to his shower. The player has to dig pipelines in order to restore the water flow to his shower while keeping algae and other contaminants at bay. This is a fun-filled multi-touch game with some cool animation that will keep your kids glued to the screen. The game has a blend of classic and modern feel, and players can swipe, slosh and splash to guide water through increasingly challenging scenarios in this water-physics game. It is available for Android and iOS at Rs 61.

Draw Something 2

There are a plethora of drawing and sketching apps for kids but we think Draw Something 2 adds a gaming twist to it, something kids will love. It is the next iteration of Zynga’s popular Draw Something and comes with a plethora of new features.  The gameplay is the same and requires two players. One has to draw while the other has to guess the word. The player is provided with a choice of words to draw. The number of tries to guess a word is unlimited, but if you want to give up, there is a ‘Pass’ button. The new version now lets you create cool effects with dozens of new tools, patterns, stamps, and colors. The premium version of Draw Something 2 also includes a sparkle pen, free star and coin bonus and 1000s of new words. Draw Something 2 can be downloaded for Android at Rs 124 and for iOS at a limited-time price of Rs 62.

Math Evolve

Math Evolve is a learning app that involves mathematics for age 6 and above. It offers a fun way to practice math facts, number sense, and mental math skills. The game is aimed at improving multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction skills. It has hours of content that can be easily customized for children of all ages to gain valuable performance statistics and also help students improve. It includes a “Story Mode” where players can embark on an epic math adventure across three unique environments – microscopic, ocean, and space. “Practice Mode” is a platform for learning math facts. The “Player History” section saves every player’s performance, showing parents and teachers which math concepts a child needs to practice. Math Evolve for Android is priced at Rs 109, while iOS users can download it for Rs 125.