With Toca Blocks, kids can create and explore the worlds they imagine through the use of transformative blocks. Along the way, they can learn about various colors, textures, and materials. Kids will also discover that things aren’t always as they appear. By dragging one object on top of another, for example, new shapes with different properties are unveiled.
According to Mårten Brüggemann, play designer:
Construction play isn’t only about creating something beautiful, it’s about how you get there. When you create something, the materials you use get new meaning: a blanket becomes the ceiling of my playhouse, a chair becomes a stepping stone in the lava pit that’s erupted from the floor.
My 9-year-old daughter grew up on Toca Boca games. Each title comes highly recommended. The company’s first game, Toca Tea Party, arrived in 2011. Each game is offered without in-app purchases or third-party ads. Additionally, each game has been designed for a global audience, meaning there is no text. Toca Boca games are available in 215 countries.