Cześć, Hello, Bienvenida, Benvenuto, 歓迎,

OK, it’s time to end these linguistic stunts. We just want to say hello and tell you we are very glad that you’re here.

Our story began when we, as parents of bigger and smaller children, with all kinds of individual requirements – people just like you – were searching for a game which

we could let our little kids play in good conscience.  A game that we could rely on in terms of its quality, content and message. With educational value, explaining the world instead of scaring kids away from it. Finally, we were very disappointed by the lack of such valuable apps.

From the very beginning, we assumed that the game, apart from pure entertainment, has to greatly assist children in their development. This is why we do not intend to place in the game content and interactions which would be dubious for us as parents.

There was no turning back, what prevailed was the desire to create a game that we would hand over to our toddlers with no worries.

With unhidden pride and joy, we present you Hamster Bob.

“Hamster Bob” is a game* in which the child draws a short interactive story at each stage. The child colours in separate elements which then come alive.

Each colouring book has its own scenario, in which, apart from drawing, the child has to perform specific tasks (counting, guessing, pointing out elements). The child creatively creates a short story and at the same time learns and plays while doing various activities. The game is attractive to the child and valuable educationally from the point of view of the parent. It has entertainment values, and at the same time teaches and develops associations related to competition, sports, etc.

Our Bob is a friend, a guide who helps understand the story. He suggests what to do and when it should be done and also says valuable educational sentences to the child. In addition, he is a character that the child can interact with. Bob reminds children about drawing through notifications, encouraging them to draw.

The game is intended for children aged 2-8.

*tested with children, both the bigger and smaller ones 🙂