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Apps That
Went Free on
2020-03-18

Go on an endless sandboarding adventure, defend exotic lands, and learn about the natural world with today’s collection of apps and games.

MathEdge Addition 2020
iPhone
iPad
MathEdge Addition 2020

MathEdge Addition 2020

Peekaboo Studios LLC

Learn addition and subtraction with MathEdge. Today only: Unlock the full version of MathEdge free of charge for one month!

Parents and teachers.

FREE ($2.99) For a limited time FREE ($2.99) For a limited time
Why we picked this?

MathEdge provides a step-by-step guide to learning addition and subtraction. You’re able to create custom questions for your child or simply select one of the built in difficulty levels. The step-by-step guide will walk your child through the problem with audio hints and even carrying the one for them. The app also caters to left and right handed children. A flash card option is available as well to help your child hone their skills.

You want to get your child started on the right foot.

Your child is outside of the recommended age range of eight through 10.

Montessorium: Intro to Letters
iPhone
iPad
Montessorium: Intro to Letters

Montessorium: Intro to Letters

Higher Ground Education Inc

Learn to read, write, and pronounce the letters of the alphabet with Intro to Letters.

Children five and under.

FREE ($3.99) For a limited time FREE ($3.99) For a limited time
Why we picked this?

Intro to Letters includes five main educational activities: Letter Sounds, Phonograms, Flashcards, Letter Names, and Sound Cards. The activities will not only help your child read, write, and pronounce letters of the alphabet but also improve their fine motor skills.

Your young child is just starting to learn about the alphabet. It will certainly help speed up their progress.

You’re child is impatient. The activities are quite controlled.

Montessorium: Intro to Cursive
iPhone
iPad
Montessorium: Intro to Cursive

Montessorium: Intro to Cursive

Higher Ground Education Inc

Teach your child cursive with Intro to Cursive.

Children five and under.

FREE ($4.99) For a limited time FREE ($4.99) For a limited time
Why we picked this?

Intro to Cursive will not only teach your child how to write in cursive but also the sounds the letters make. The app includes three main educational activities: Uppercase, Lowercase, and Sandbox. The guided activities will help your child develop fine motor skills and practice pronunciation.

You have a young child just learning about writing. This is a great way to teach them a lost art form.

Your child is impatient. The activities are quite controlled.

Alto's Odyssey
iPhone
iPad
Alto's Odyssey

Alto's Odyssey

Snowman

Join Alto on an endless sandboarding adventure in Alto’s Odyssey.

Fans of endless runners.

$4.99 $4.99
Why we picked this?

Alto’s Odyssey is the follow-up to the critically acclaimed Alto’s Adventure. This time, however, you’ll be trading in snowy mountains for majestic deserts. Glide over dunes and through thrilling canyons while performing jumps and tricks with just a tap. Reach new heights by discovering secrets in the sky like balloons and moving grind rails. The desert may be beautiful but it’s also deadly, requiring you to master elements like sandstorms, swirling winds, shooting stars, and rushing water. Alto’s Odyssey includes six characters to unlock, a zen mode void of scores and power-ups, 180 goals, and original music.

You’re a fan of the original. Alto’s Odyssey takes the gameplay up a notch.

You’re more of a puzzle gamer.

Alto's Adventure
iPhone
iPad
Alto's Adventure

Alto's Adventure

Snowman

Embark on an endless snowboarding journey in Alto’s Adventure.

Fans of endless runners.

$4.99 $4.99
Why we picked this?

Alto’s Adventure puts you in control of an agile snowboarder as he speeds down serene mountainsides. Tap to jump over obstacles and continue to hold you finger on the screen to perform tricks. String together multiple tricks to earn combo points and generate even more speed to clear huge chasms. Collect coins and save llamas along your infinite journey to score bonus points. The coins can also be used in the workshop to upgrade power-ups and unlock new items. The game includes procedurally generated terrain, six snowboarders, 180 goals, and original music.

You love competing for high scores. Alto’s Adventure is easy to learn but difficult to master.

You’ve grown tired of the genre.

Draw with Math
iPhone
iPad
Draw with Math

Draw with Math

Besher Al Maleh

Practice math skills with Draw with Math.

Parents and teachers.

$1.99 $1.99
Why we picked this?

Draw with Math is both fun and educational. You’re able to practice math skills on your own by selecting one of three game types or you can compete on the same device with friends and family. Before each game begins, you’re able to choose one of three difficulty settings and decide what type of operations will be included. Then simply draw the answer to each problem as quickly and accurately as possible. The game also includes unlockable drawing colors and a freeform drawing mode.

You want to work on your mental math skills.

You want more than basic operations.

Peppa Pig™: Party Time
iPhone
iPad
Peppa Pig™: Party Time

Peppa Pig™: Party Time

Entertainment One

Join Peppa and her friends in Peppa Pig: Party Time.

Fans of the show.

$2.99 $2.99
Why we picked this?

Jump into Peppa’s wonderful world and have a party. You and your child will be able to take part in creating invitations, designing and filling party bags, making cake, playing music, and much more. During the adventure you’ll be able to collect stickers for your scrapbook.

You have a pre-schooler who loves Peppa.

Your child is too old for Peppa Pig.

Little Mouse's Encyclopedia
iPhone
iPad
Little Mouse's Encyclopedia

Little Mouse's Encyclopedia

Circus Atos

Explore nature in Little Mouse’s Encyclopedia.

Parents and teachers.

$4.99 $4.99
Why we picked this?

Little Mouse’s Encyclopedia will take your child on an educational journey through the natural world. They’re able to explore four different habitats: around the burrow, the forest, the pond, and the garden. Just tap to move the little mouse around the habitats, and tap and drag the magnifying glass over a plant or animal to learn more about it. Little Mouse’s Encyclopedia includes more than 160 species of animals and plants to discover.

You have a curious child who loves to explore nature.

You’re not a parent or teacher.

Kingdom Rush Frontiers HD
iPad
Kingdom Rush Frontiers HD

Kingdom Rush Frontiers HD

Ironhide S.A.

Defend exotic lands from dragons, man-eating plants, and other ghastly beasts of the underworld in this follow-up to the award winning Kingdom Rush.

Tower defense fans.

$2.99 $2.99
Why we picked this?

Kingdom Rush: Frontiers HD is just like the original, only the gameplay has been cranked up to 11. As you travel across crusty deserts, through blistering jungles, and even into the underworld you’ll have to set up camp and hold your ground against powerful creatures. To do so, erect massive specialized towers that will slice, sizzle, and wipe out your foes. You’re also able to command heroes and unleash different abilities to take down your enemies before they reach your towers. The game includes more than 40 enemy types, nine heroes, three difficulty modes, 18 tower abilities, and hours of entertainment.

You at all enjoy fixed-path tower defense games. While you’re at it, check out the original as well.

You’re not a fan of the genre.

Kingdom Rush Origins
iPhone
Kingdom Rush Origins

Kingdom Rush Origins

Ironhide S.A.

Re-enter the world of Kingdom Rush in Kingdom Rush: Origins.

Fans of tower defense games.

$2.99 $2.99
Why we picked this?

Kingdom Rush: Origins is a prequel to the original smash-hit tower defense game. Defend the mystical lands from sea serpents, sorcerers, and seemingly endless waves of knoll tribesman by erecting towers along their path. Send your elven infantry into battle and, when things get really dicey, unleash your hero to drive back the enemy forces. The game includes more than 30 enemy types, loads of towers and upgrades, and three modes.

You’re fond of fixed-path tower defense games.

You’re just not a fan of the genre.

Kingdom Rush Frontiers
iPhone
Kingdom Rush Frontiers

Kingdom Rush Frontiers

Ironhide S.A.

Defend exotic lands from dragons, man-eating plants, and other ghastly beasts of the underworld in this follow-up to the award winning Kingdom Rush.

Tower defense fans.

$1.99 $1.99
Why we picked this?

Kingdom Rush: Frontiers is just like the original, only the gameplay has been cranked up to 11. As you travel across crusty deserts, through blistering jungles, and even into the underworld you’ll have to set up camp and hold your ground against powerful creatures. To do so, erect massive specialized towers that will slice, sizzle, and wipe out your foes. You’re also able to command heroes and unleash different abilities to take down your enemies before they reach your towers. The game includes more than 40 enemy types, nine heroes, three difficulty modes, 18 tower abilities, and hours of entertainment.

You at all enjoy fixed-path tower defense games. While you’re at it, check out the original as well.

You’re not a fan of the genre.

Kingdom Rush Origins HD
iPad
Kingdom Rush Origins HD

Kingdom Rush Origins HD

Ironhide S.A.

Re-enter the world of Kingdom Rush in Kingdom Rush: Origins HD.

Fans of tower defense games.

$4.99 $4.99
Why we picked this?

Kingdom Rush: Origins HD is a prequel to the original smash-hit tower defense game. Defend the mystical lands from sea serpents, sorcerers, and seemingly endless waves of knoll tribesman by erecting towers along their path. Send your elven infantry into battle and, when things get really dicey, unleash your hero to drive back the enemy forces. The game includes more than 30 enemy types, loads of towers and upgrades, and three modes.

You’re fond of fixed-path tower defense games.

You’re just not a fan of the genre.