Talking Larry the Bird Free

Talking Larry the Bird Free

Sometimes you may need an app that is suitable for small children only. Well, you have just found one – Talking Larry the Bird Free will keep your 4-year-old entertained for a long time.

The idea behind this game is simple – you get a virtual bird that looks like a parrot and you can make it sing by using the keyboard that the app comes with. There’s more to the game though – you can feed your new pet, you can applaud it for the good singing or you can punish it with a lightning if you are not happy with it. The game also makes use of 3D graphics, which is nice. Another peculiarity of this application is that it comes with “Child Mode”, which you can turn on or off. The only difference between the two modes is that in the Child Mode you do not get to record your activities with the bird, which you can share online later on.

We did not like the ads that pop up almost everywhere and all the time but we suppose this is the cost to keep this game free of charge.

If you need something to keep your child occupied for a while then take a look at Talking Larry the Bird Free – it is a small-sized application that comes for free and that you can see on Google Play here.

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