Thank you to Cube Dog for sponsoring this review. For more information about Cube Dog please visit the Facebook page or download it on iTunes.
I keep reminding my kids (particularly my 10 year old son) that I did not get an iPhone so that they could play games.
I do have an iTouch for games, and the kids regularly play on it (anytime I need my iTouch, I know to ask KitKat or Twizzler. One of them will almost certainly know where it is). But the iPhone is mine.
I have several games installed on my iPhone, but not all of them capture my interest enough to pull me away from my never-ending to-do list. So I was slightly shocked at myself when I found myself playing a new game called Cube Dog as I sat in bed with the lights off. I really should have been sleeping. Instead, I was creating a trio of cute 3D animated dogs, which I named Neeta, Frida, and Keeta (what can I say? It was late).
After creating my dogs, I played games with them. Playing catch with a bouncy ball and petting them was super cute….but my favorite part, hands down, was the phone call feature. Your dog picks up his own iPhone, dials the number, and you receive an incoming call. Incredible.
I admit that I have kept my Cube Dogs to myself, because I’m a little afraid that the kids might become attached to these cute little virtual pets. AJ caught me playing earlier and was instantly intrigued. I can’t wait to see his face when one of the Cube Dogs calls him.
A few facts about the Cube Dog app:
- It’s free!
- You can create your own unique cube dog by selecting various parts and colors
- The app utilizes full 3D graphics with ability to rotate and zoom
- You can purchase extras within the app (just for fun, I purchased an extra accessory pack with additional body parts and a few games for just 99 cents)
- Currently, the app is only compatible with iPhone 3gs and iPhone 4, iPod Touch 3rd and 4th generation (all require iOS 4.0 or higher)
- Keep an eye on Cube Dog’s Facebook page to watch for a fun contest running June 13-17, 2011.
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.
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