Tucker and I love to play video games–if you haven’t noticed–and we’ve passed the point where we can play whatever we want around Cara and Ollie. Either the game is too violent or it’s scary and we don’t want to have to worry about the kids having nightmares.
Also, the kids have taken a liking to playing games on our phones and some of the games are too advanced for them and honestly, neither Tucker or I relish the idea of just turning our phones over to a two year old and a four year old.
That’s where the Cube Dog comes in.
There’s nothing scary about this app. The dog is fully customizable–though you will run into a couple of things you can’t do with the free version. Cara particularly liked it when Tucker made the dog pink. Pet your dog’s belly, play fetch and watch as your dog falls asleep because you’ve ignored your poor, poor digital puppy.
Cube Dog is definitely worth a look if you have kids who refuse to leave you alone and you don’t want to be worried about them stumbling upon a character getting its head blown off.
I took some video of Tucker showing the kids the app but, for some reason, the audio only works at the first second of the video. Still, you get a decent look at what is contained within the app.
Cute and free. You can’t get much better than that.
This is the video from Cube Dog and luckily, for everyone, the sound works. It also shows a lot more of the functionality than I was able to show in the video above. Also, you might check out Cube Dog’s Facebook page since they’re running a contest from now until June 13th.
While Cube Dog provided me with the app to review, the opinions I’ve expressed here are solely my own and represent my honest viewpoint. Cube Dog, Clever Girls Collective and I promote Blog With Integrity.