REVIEW: My Blue Nose Friends – Tatty Puppy app

June 11, 2013
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Tatty Puppy introduces the games and then leads players on a magical adventure through Tatty Teddy’s blue wardrobe. In the wardrobe are enchanted doors which open on to different games. Players can also watch story animations by unlocking pieces of a jigsaw puzzle during each game.

Both versions of the app feature recognisable voices from the interactive Tatty Teddy & My Blue Nose Friends plush toys and encourage creativity, musicality, numeracy and memory skills.

With no in-app charges or advertising, children will be safe while exploring the world of Blue Nose Friends – Tatty Puppy.

Age range: 4-8 years old
Price: Free mini game or £1.99 RRP full version 

Blue and Puppy

Join in and play Binky’s Hide ‘n’ Seek. Binky hides in the magical virtual world  and children can tilt and move their device to find him and earn puzzle pieces!


Blue and Puppy

Blossom’s Skip & Jump is set in a magical woodland. Children  tap on the screen to get Blossom to jump over the skipping rope as many times as possible. To earn more points players can make Blossom jump extra high by twirling and somersaulting into the air and retrieving bonus fruit and vegetables!


Blue and Player

Coco’s Beach Band has seven different instruments that can be shared between the five cute beach characters to create musical harmonies.


A group of stuffed animals

A memory game based around matching pairs. Children can play this game themselves or against their friends to see who can match the most of the Blue Nose Friends character cards.


A stack of flyers on a table

Passion’s Magical Garden is really bright and colourful! Using colour variations, children can create their own fun and unusual flowers like kissing flowers, chiming bluebells and sweetie flowers.


Peanut and Puppy

The free app features a fun mini-game, Peanuts’ Biscuit Bake, which is set in Peanuts’ kitchen. Children will enjoy rolling dough and cutting biscuits into the shape of their favourite Blue Nose Friends. Peanuts puts the biscuits in the oven to bake and children can decorate them with brightly coloured icing, plenty of sprinkles and yummy sweets! Once the biscuits are ready, children can take pictures of their creations and send to their best friends.

Boo Roo and Tigger Too’s thoughts…

Roo, like most 6 years are more than capable of grabbing the iPad and loading up apps that we have downloaded for her. However, the problem I have is selecting which apps to download so getting the opportunity to test drive apps is always very much appreciated in the Boo Roo and Tigger Too household.

The familiar faces of My Blue Nose Friends drew Roo into opening the app up and selecting which game to enjoy first. With six games to choose from I feel the £1.99 RRP price tag is reasonable, especially as playing the games unlocks puzzle pieces to allow children to enjoy a mini story from each of the My Blue Nose Friends.

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Boo xxx

Disclosure Policy: We received My Blue Nose Friends – Tatty Puppy app FOC for the purpose of review.

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