ClickySticky™ Free

ClickySticky™ Free

1,000 - 5,000 downloads

  • Entertaining and fun
  • Appropriate for kids
  • Great animations
  • Only a scenery
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Expert's Review

"The sticky ocean"

Reviewed by / Jan 24, 2012

Use the stickers to decorate the scenery and see how the elements interact

ClickySticky™ Free is an animated sticker book which your kids can play and interact with. The free version includes only one scenery: the ocean.

There, the kids can view the animals, plants and items from above and select the ones they want with a click. Then they can drag them around, change the size and locate them wherever they prefer until they have all the picture created. When they're done, it's time to press the play button and wait for all the elements to move and interact.

This is definitely one great app for children: creative, addictive and fun to interact with. However, if you want to play the full version, you will have to pay. This free version is good at first so if the kids enjoy it you should really think about upgrading.

Merge Mobile, Inc. is the developer of the ClickySticky apps, the free and full version. Great way of keeping the kids entertained and stimulating their creativity.

Tags: clickysticky trains.

Developer's original description available here
Your kids will have a blast using their imaginations with this fun new animated sticker book app. Watch your kids interact with fun characters while learning about fish, airplanes and many animals.

Each sticker character can be scaled, rotated and dragged onto each imaginary scene. See our full version which includes the ocean, aviation, space, dress up, and safari scenes.

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