The Kidlandia Game site is a fun, safe, educational place where kids and rule their own worlds! With fun games, a delightful host Kreechur, a stamping and decorating game, and shop with wonderful accessories for purchase with Kaploons, the Kidlandia Game site offers hours of fun. Kids can play alone, or invite their friends to play with them.
Here is Joey playing with her new Kreechur Caterplump. We went to the website and registered to play in the online kingdom. She then got to design and dress her Popkin. This was the most fun part and she later redressed her Popkin a lot. She was taken to her Island and was able to decorate it. When we put in the special code that our stuffed animal, Caterplump, gave us she was given lots of coins to buy decorations. Her Caterplump was given a home on her island. I, then, left her to discover this knew online world. When I came back to let her know there were games, she informed me that she already knew that and proceeded to show me and her older brother all the games and how they were played.
My older son is nine and he wished he had gotten a Kreechur too. He is big Chess enthusiast and was so excited about there being a chess game with varying levels of skill. I may have to get him his own Kreechur for his upcoming birthday.
The only suggestion I would make is that perhaps the store could expand and include more dress up clothes and costumes for the Popkins. Otherwise, the site was easily traversed by my four-year-old daughter, Joey. She had no problems and asked for no assistance when finding out how to get to games or how to get to her storage. She has another online site she uses that is geared to kids a little bit older. She has to regularly ask for help from me or her dad when she’s on the other site so she really enjoyed not having to do that. I’ve bookmarked her site and she can get to it easily on her own.
I would definitely recommend this product for young children. The games are educational while still remaining fun. This site allows children to use their imaginations and express their individuality as well as their independence in a virtual world of their making. Joey named her kingdom Tootie Ba Fruity Kingdom…that’s her strange little sense of humor and active imagination at work. Thank you, Kidlandia.
Disclosure: All opinions are my own. I received a plush toy at no cost for the purpose of this review. No other compensation was received. A big thank you to the PR company for providing the giveaway prize.
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