Noah 360: Interactive Children's Bible iPad App

At a Glance

Cost: $2.99
Age Recommendation: 3 to 12
Theme: Interactive bible story for children.
Uses: Reinforcing the story of Noah, entertainment
Synopsis: Ever wanted your kids to fall in love with bible heroes like they do with flying fruit and birds? Noah 360 uniquely immerses children into the world of Noah and asks them to participate in the adventure. Noah 360 is designed to strengthen spiritual character, and yet your children will be delighted as they face fun challenges like building the ark with 3D pieces, launching animals into the ark to escape the flood, and steering Noah's dove to catch the olive branch to return to him.
Rating: Average 5 out of 5 stars by 38 users
My Rating: 5 out of 5 Golden Apples

Amazing Graphics

 
The bar on graphics just got raised in this app. I have come to accept a certain average level of graphics on most children's apps and now Noah 360 had spoiled me. It is stunning to look at!

Amazing Features

  • Storyline has games interwoven throughout. A few examples: a memory game, 3D puzzle, and a game where you fling animals on the ark...what could be more fun?
  • Touch the images in the storyline for some fun interaction that is certain to cause giggles.
  • Storyline does not compromise the biblical story. The goal of teaching children bible stories is achieved beautifully.
  • Beautiful graphics (it was worth mentioning again).
  • Fully narrated so there is no reading required. This was great for my 4 year old and my dyslexic child.
  • Easy navigation and smooth running throughout.
  • Collect stars throughout the game to enhance play.


Amazing Response

"I love it! It is the best app!" --Alyssa, 7

"Can I play? It's my turn." --Kara, 4

"The animal flinging game is the best part." --Aaron, 12

I could go on about how much fun they had playing this app. I downloaded the app and before I had a chance to see it my seven year old grabbed my iPad and found a new app. New apps are a big deal in my house. She was immediately engaged. After quite some time, I finally had a chance to look through it and I was impressed. Of course, my daughter had to be my navigator through the app. She was excited to show me every feature...several times.

All the kids enjoyed the app. Normally, I stay away from storyline apps because the interest only lasts long enough to go through it once. But don't be fooled, Noah 360, is an app that will see plenty of play. The story is well written without compromising the biblical story while each page has giggly fun activity by simply touching the screen.

The movie quality graphics, music and sounds, along with the games, makes it an app that will never feel lonely. If an app button could wear out, Noah 360, would be completely worn down. It is an app everyone in the family will enjoy. It is definitely a favorite. The developers are true professionals who obviously put their heart into this project. I look forward to more apps from them!

Enjoy,

Richele

 


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2 comments:

Far Above Rubies said...

Seems like one I should get. Thanks.

Candace Hendrick said...

Hi! I am a new blogger and wanted to stop by and say hi. Thanks for sharing! I have a book called The True Story of Noah's Ark by Tom Dooley. It comes with a cd so the kids can listen and flip through with it. The cd moves pretty fast though. The pictures are amazing and the book really brings the story to life. Going to download that app right now;)My kiddos will love it!