Cake Games - Pie in the Sky at Duckie Deck
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Overview

It is pretty hard to say no to a good pie. More so when they are the sweet kind!

It is pretty hard to say no to a good pie. More so when they are the sweet kind! This game has many layers to it, and by layers, we do not mean simply icing and sponge. There are many opportunities in this game for your child to develop an entire skill-set, both individually and alongside others. This unique game provides your child with the chance to play with their friends and test all their creative abilities. The Pie in the Sky is a cake game which will test your child’s ability to work from a calculative perspective and a creative perspective. The game initially begins and lays on the table for the player, a variety of options from which you are able to decorate the cake. These decorations are both your normal candles however there are a lot of interactive objects which your child can also add to the cake for example the tomatoes and ducks which jump around. The fact that these objects are responsive will allow your child to differentiate between why some are reacting and some aren’t. They will come to understand what these objects are and how they react. For example, once the player places the candles on the cake, it lights up. It is not lit up when on the side however as mentioned, when on the cake, it automatically lights up. The child will see that these objects do not have a huge significance unless they are on the cake. --- At Duckie Deck we provide smiles. So far, over 8 million toddlers and preschoolers played our educational games and smiled. Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DuckieDeck Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DuckieDeck

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Connor PeckhamOct 7, 2016

if anything on the chrome game store has "duckie deck" in the thumbnail or title, it's very likely going to be a very bad app, parading as an educational game for kids. It just takes you to the game on an ad-congested website. It's very obvious that these games aren't for education, but for ad revenue. Don't use this rubbish.

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  • Version
    1.1
  • Updated
    April 8, 2013
  • Size
    21.58KiB
  • Languages
    English (UK)
  • Developer
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