Children's Day Special: Peekaboo! Guess Who?
Article by George Norman
On 01 Jun 2011
Looking for a fun and educational game for your child? You know that today, the 1st of June, is International Children’s Day, so you really should get your little one something on such a special occasion. I have the perfect gift idea for you: a fun iPad app that will help your child learn more about animals.

The app I am talking about is the Bacciz-developed Peekaboo! Guess Who? As a child, I would spend my summers at my grandparents’ farm, so I have first hand experience that the cow goes moo and the pig goes oink. My parents also had a deck of cards that showed all sorts of animals depicted on them, and they would play the “do you know what this animals sounds like?” game with me.

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The Peekaboo! Guess Who? is the high-tech equivalent to all the bits and pieces I mentioned above. It is a fun, good looking up that will teach your child what goes cluck-cluck, what goes moo and what goes roar. I have to say it’s a lot more fun than finding out how a turkey sounds (then have it chase you around the yard) or hear your mom try to imitate a lion’s roar.

Playing the Peekaboo! Guess Who? game goes something like this. An animal is hidden out of sight behind barn doors; you can hear the sounds it makes, but you cannot see the animal. The child has to correctly guess what animal is behind the barn doors; once he does that, the barn door open and he gets to see the animal.

If you would like to get the Peekaboo! Guess Who? app, you can grab it straight from the App Store here. The app is available for purchase for $1.99.
If you would like to learn more about the Peekaboo! Guess Who? app, you can visit Bacciz’s official site here.



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