Published 10.02.2018 08:03
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Red Riding Hood

A lot or a little?

Parents need to know that Red Riding Hood re-tells the classic story but with a choose your own adventure twist. At key points throughout, kids choose what the characters' next move will be. Sometimes the choices lead to the traditional ending, other times the story ends a bit differently. Kids can follow the highlighted text as a narrator reads the story, but there aren't many drawings to accompany the story. The settings menu includes options for adjusting sound effects and background music, font size, and turning off the text highlight feature. There's also a story map that allows kids to revisit each fork in the story and choose a different path. Tap the screen three times with three fingers to turn on the accessibility mode for visually impaired and blind users. Kids can navigate through the menus to find advertisements for additional stories; there's no built-in parent lock that prevents kids from arriving at the App Store purchase page. The free download includes Red Riding Hood's story; unlock the wolf's story through a $1.99 in app purchase. Read the developer's privacy policy for details on how your information is collected and shared.
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