Fast forward a few years (ok, maybe more than just a few), my own little girl is very much like me. Payten, my 5 year old daughter, can usually be found playing Left 4 Dead and trying to cure the world from the upcoming zombie apocalypse. But as you can see from the pic in this post, she too is susceptible to those sweet little ponies. When a good friend tweeted about an available my little pony app the other day, I knew I had to have. My Sweet Little Pony, by Difference Games LLC, is a cute dress-up game where your child can let her imagination run free and create all sorts of cute little ponies.
With the My Sweet Little Pony game, your horse loving child can create her own magical ponies with all sorts of fun accessories.
The main features of the game are:
- change the pony's hair color, clothes, eyes & accessories
- changeable background paintings
Payten was able to figure out how to use the app on my PlayBook pretty quickly however, the arrows to change some of the accessories and such are quite tiny and even I had issues with them. It would also be nice for the children to be able to save some of their creations but again we found a work around for that by just taking screenshots of the ponies she liked best.
Since it is really a simple dress-up app, the price tag of $0.99 isn't outrageous and if you have a horse crazy daughter like mine, it's well worth it.
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