One of the apps that the kids love using every time they are on their tablets is the Recolor app. They have made all sorts of images with the app. Some of the images are quite complex and then when they show me their finished product I am so impressed by what they have done. The color selections alone are very impressive. Eva showed me how they can take a color wheel and fine tune the exact color that they want to use.
There are some pay aspects to the app, like specific colors and more things to color but for the most part they can enjoy the app without all the extra bells and whistles.
I have been familiar with the LEGO Legends of Chima sets of toys and last year when I went to Toy Fair and actually got to go inside the LEGO booth I learned that LEGO Chima was a major cross platform initiative. There would be the toys, a cartoon and also video games. One of those games was LEGO® Legends of CHIMA™ Online. I personally never played the game on my computer but have been enjoying it very much on my iPhone.
I choose to be from the Bear tribe in the game and am having fun going on missions to create my outpost, search for bricks and studs as well as other items. I like how the game interactions with other players are limited only to select phrases so there is no sharing of personal information. This is very important as a parent looking for a game for their kids to play.
That being said, this is a free to play model game but you can buy memberships or gold bricks which help you get ahead in the game faster. You can also earn gold bricks from missions but you accumulate those slower than if you were a member or you flat out bought a bunch of gold bricks. I personally don’t think that you need them to enjoy the game. There are always things to do whether you have all the fanciest equipment or not. Continue reading LEGO® Legends of CHIMA™ Online comes to iOS Devices