What better way to celebrate the Inside Out movie than a fun and entertaining kids’ games app? From the creators of Where’s My Water? and Frozen Free Fall comes Inside Out Thought Bubbles, a tie-in app to the latest Disney animated blockbuster. If your child is a bubble shooter fan or an Inside Out movie buff, then this game is the best way to keep him/her engaged and entertained. This game is appropriate for kids above the age of 6.
The app has one of the most popular genres of the Google play store, the bubble shooter, as its theme and is meant for children above the age of 6. The app uses different emotions from Riley’s head and the player has to match the emotions and shoot them. Here is a detailed app review.
What’s Good about this Android App?Inside Out Thought Bubbles is a tie-in game app, designed within the movie environment. It is a classic arcade style bubble shooter game, where the player has to match the emotions and shoot them to clear them. There are a total of 125 levels and four game modes to choose from. The original characters from the movie have also been used. As the player moves forward in the game, s/he travels across various destinations from the film, including Family Island, Dream Productions, Imagination Land and more.
What’s Missing in Inside Out Thought Bubbles?
Although play is pretty simple, some levels can be tough to clear, as you move through the game. Eventually, a player runs out of power-ups and boost ups, and has no choice but to buy gems or otherwise remain stuck. And, the in-app purchases could be quite expensive. The game is no different from other bubble shooter games, except for the characters and the movie backdrop. The Android app also has links to social media, third party advertisement, as well as Walt Disney advertisements and links to online stores for the purchase of real products, which makes it mandatory for parents to keep an eye on the activities of their child.
- 125 levels and 4 game modes
- 3D graphics and sound
- Based on the movie, with real movie characters and destinations
- Power-ups, boosters and special powers for each character
- Lives are regained by waiting a few minutes.
- The in-app purchases are too expensive
- Social media links might not be appropriate for younger children
- Third party advertisements as well as Walt Disney advertisements
- Links to online stores
- Some levels might be too challenging