KungFu Skeeter: A New, Free Mobile App Game Kids Will Love

What we have learned as moms of active little ones and as mom bloggers who read a ton of moms who blog who also have active children is we all love apps that allow our children to have fun, burn calories and be active. What the iPhone and the iPad have done for sheer kid entertainment is nothing short of amazing. Apps teach children new skills and have helped create a new generation of "mobile kids".

Tadami has created a new app, KungFu Skeeter, that is currently on sale for the iPad 2 or 3 for FREE, but only for a limited time! Launched on October 5, KungFu Skeeter allows children to squash little "skeeters" that pop up on the screen even when they are two to twenty feet away from the iPad. Using the iPad's camera, KunguFu Skeeter is like a virtual, mobile 21st century whack-a-mole.

 

Take a look at kids in action playing KungFu Skeeter in this cute video.

 

Now that the weather is getting cooler outside in most of the country, it is becoming harder and harder for parents to find something for their little ones to do to stay active while the weather is crisp and cold. KungFu Skeeter is a great way for children to burn calories while having fun! Exercise is so important and having a tool on hand that kids love is a win-win for not only mom, but for kids as well.

KungFu Skeeter is FREE in the app store. It is compatible with iPad and requires iOS 5.0 or later. 

 

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