FunTime Cards For Kids is a nice simple game for young kids to play to pass the time on long journeys or any situation where they’re likely to be bored without something to keep them occupied.
This game is best played on a tablet or large phone screen
Some cards are simple fun things to do like paint or draw. Some require a little more figuring out like a maze or trace the path. The cards in the set include.
* Spot the Difference
* Find the right object for each person/animal
* Find the matching silhouette
* Complete the pattern
* Draw a picture to fit the card
And so much more
The screen is laid out with a menu button at the top left with options for this about box, wipe the card clean and shuffle the cards.
At top right is the drawing tool selector button, press this to get a choice of things for this card that the child can draw with. The tools could be:
* A Pen
* A Pencil
* A Crayon
* A Paint brush
* An Eraser
Choose one from the pop-up menu to make that the current tool. What things are available is different for each card. On an odd-one-out card there is usually only one pen available. Where it is a painting card it will be a set of brushes in a range of colours. The eraser is always available.
The child can then draw (or erase) with that tool on the card in the middle.
Each card has a title and buttons to favorite the card, bring up the description, or share the picture with other apps.
The description pop-up has a button to “speak” the description for little kids who can’t read it for themselves.
The share button also allows you to save the finished image if you share it to Photos or something similar which allows you to upload it to the cloud.
The card may also include a small hint at the bottom.
At the bottom left and right are buttons for previous and next cards.
When the card is changed the child’s drawing is saved to the device and will re-appear the next time they go to that card.
If the card is wiped clean a small animation plays of a hand wiping the card with a cloth and the description pops-up again to remind the child what to do
As of March 2018 there are 60 cards in total with more coming soon!