Pat Pat Pets HD: Swords and Soldiers Clone?

Picked up Pat Pat Pets HD thanks to Free App A Day, and a few minutes into the game, I realized that Tap Tap Pets HD seems to be the cuter cousin of PC hit and former iPad Game of the Week, Swords and Soldiers HD, which I also reviewed for Technoodling.

One comment on “Pat Pat Pets HD: Swords and Soldiers Clone?

  1. Hello,

    One member of our team has a son. His child received a mission from school last Summer to learn times table. He couldn’t find valuable multiplication table at App Store and we found it a good idea to do last one by our efforts. We took for animation basis models of 9 years old child (our colleague son) and added professional engine and design. As a result we did quite awesome product.

    Here is info page (with video and screenshots):
    http://2x2is4.net/

    iTunes link:
    http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/2×2-4/id460815204?l=ru&ls=1&mt=8

    We will be glad to provide you as many promo codes as you need for
    testing. If you wish to run a contest/competition for promo codes on
    your site – we will also be glad to provide you several promocodes for this.

    Description:

    There is a period in a school life, when one has to learn the multiplication table. My son was not an exception and did not avoid the fate.
    We began to study the table the same old way: turned a notebook and started to learn.
    Obviously this is a boring way, which went out of date. First of all it requires parents’ patience: it is difficult to test the own child for knowledge of the table several times a day. Sometimes there is simply not time for this.
    It was easy for me to find the decision of the problem- to write a trainer, which will make the learning of the table more interesting for a child. The set of options will be the cannon balls. The number of correct answers will be a shot at a pirate. If you think for a long time, then the pirate shoots at you. Apparently the phrases like ”Dad, today I shot a pirate at a complicates level” are better than dull phrases “Today I learned the multiplication table till 5”.

    Best Regards,
    Alex

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