Monsters vs. Robots was the first project that came from my dream of creating my own games. I worked and studied hard to achieve the goal of creating this interactive book and game for children. The first version was coded in LUA in 2010, and in 2020, I ported it to Unity using C#.
What is it about?
This is a delightful app designed for children between 3 and 6 years old, featuring several games and a book with over 20 interactive pages that tell a story in both English and Portuguese. The story revolves around Nino, a little boy who uses his imagination to conquer his fear of sleeping in the dark.
• This interactive book features over 20 scenes that engage children’s imagination.
• Available in English and Portuguese.
• 30 puzzles to solve and the challenge of finding the names of all 30 characters.
• Discover hidden dream stars throughout the story to reveal surprises!
• Use the monster machine to create and customize your own unique monster, allowing your child’s creativity to run wild.
• The app is filled with interactive elements that include fun animations and exciting sounds to engage and entertain.
• Coupled with the power of interaction, this beautiful story teaches children that anything is possible with a little imagination.
This is an interactive book designed to stimulate children’s imaginations. The story deals with the fear of the dark, a common emotional issue for children. The narrative is simple and engaging, accompanied by vivid and colorful illustrations that help develop reading skills. In addition, the app features puzzles that enhance children’s visual and logical perception, as well as motor skills. Throughout the book, there are hidden surprises and interactive elements that encourage curiosity and exploration.
Seal of quality and security
Apps created for kids are taken very seriously when it comes to protecting the integrity of little ones. A child’s app must have specific safety criteria, such as not having advertisements that make the child click inadvertently or internal shopping systems that could harm your child’s experience in some way. All these points are carefully evaluated by this organization that here in Brazil we know as NGOs. If approved you can become a partner/member and consequently you can use the site symbol in your application as a seal of quality. check the list of partners on the site itself, ensuring that the developer is registered. We are! It’s an achievement for you moms and dads!