Puppy Flow Mania

Puppy Flow Mania

We’ll tell you from the start – Puppy Flow Mania is a game for children aged 7-10. So do not expect action, bullets, bad guys, etc. but you can also see this in the name of the game. Yet, Puppy Flow Mania is a surprisingly good game for kids so you may want to take a look at it.

What is Puppy Flow Mania all about? Well, the game wants you to find the shortest way that sits between a dog and his food. The app is easy to understand but not so easy to play – there’s a (supposedly) hungry dog and two things – a bone and a dog pan. You must find the shortest way between the dog and the bone and then the shortest way between the dog and the pan. In fact if you don’t you won’t fail but you won’t be able to make as many points. And since the goal is to make as many points as possible you should find the shortest way. Simple, isn’t it? Well, yes and not – especially when you advance in the levels and soon find yourself in much harder situations, like when you must not go here and there or cross a certain spot. Speaking of this the game takes place on a grid full of squares so you will know where you have been and not.

Puppy Flow Mania is a simple game so you cannot expect much out of it. It is 16 MB in size so prepare for lack of eye candy and the like. In fact the game is in 2D only and the sound is childish – well, the app is for kids after all, so like we said do not expect much here.

All in all Puppy Flow Mania is a nice game but it must be played by kids. The game will help them develop logical thinking and more and is a nice tool for kids’ development and for upcoming tasks at school.

Puppy Flow Mania is here on Google Play.

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