One for the kids - My Fairy Pony for BlackBerry 10

By James Richardson on 27 Jul 2013 04:45 am EDT

Clearly this isn't my normal style of game but it gets to grace us with it's presence for two reasons. Firstly - it's beautiful and secondly - if you're rocking a BlackBerry 10 smartphone and have a young daughter they are going to love you even more if you have My Fairy Pony installed.

I must admit I'm not an expert in dressing up ponies but that's what this one is all about. Within the 'Fairy Pony' forest you will find a few ponies which you can customize - if that's the right phrase to use?

You can make the pony your own by altering the following:

  • Body colors
  • Hairstyles
  • Pony tail styles
  • Unicorn horns
  • Eyelashes
  • Shoes
  • Wings
  • Eye colors
  • Cutie marks
  • 200 dress up items, which make thousands and thousands of combinations!

Then you can watch the ponies trot around the forest which to be honest looks glorious, graphics wise. You'll find some treasure chests scattered around the forest too which contain carrots which you can feed your ponies - sounds fun doesn't it? Joking aside - if you do have a daughter and you are happy for them to play with your BlackBerry they will really dig this one.

My Fairy Pony will set you back $1.99/£1.50 - a small price to pay to keep a child entertained!

More information/Download My Fairy Pony for BlackBerry 10



Reader comments

One for the kids - My Fairy Pony for BlackBerry 10



I'd say stuff like that should stay on android or ios but it's popular and really "sells like hell" so great...


Posted via CB10 on my BlackBerry Q10

By far one of my favorite reviews of yours. Watching you decorate your pony made me crack up. Thank you James.

BlackBerry Z10 | Verizon |

At first thought, my girls would love this. At second thought, I prefer to NOT have to give up my phone, on demand. :-)

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For how many people said they were going to give their playbook to their kid, this app would probably sell ok on it.

Posted via CB10

Looks to be very well done. Might get it for the kids.

- Developer of NeverMaze, also great for kids!

Posted via CB10

Really James, you don't lock yourself in the bathroom to play this game? :) You didn't need the disclaimer, as many of us have little kids. My daughter would appreciate checking out this game after bringing it to our attention. Thanks :)