Google's been handing out free apps for weeks now, with a new offering every single week. This is not too unlike what Amazon does for users who have the Amazon app store installed on their devices, albeit Amazon gives away one new free app every single day. Google's latest offering and this week's app is called Sago Mini Space Explorer, and it's a great free offering for those who may have kids, which makes this a great app for families. This is an app which normally costs a few bucks to pick up, so it's worth grabbing while it won't cost a cent for some light hearted fun.
To be more precise, Sago Mini Space Explorer is a game which looks to task you with controlling a cute and cuddly little dog named Harvey who you can use to explore space, as the name suggests. It mixes together elements of action and adventure as well as some educational stuff so not only are your kids playing and having fun but also learning from their experiences with it. Playing the game is as simple as pie, with movement of Harvey being controlled by sliding your finger across the screen to explore the far reaches of space. There's tons of things for kids to discover and occasionally they'll bump into and meet new friends.
Kids usually have wonderful and wild imaginations, and Sago Mini Space Explorer wants kids to use those imaginations by creating amazing stories to go along with the things happening in the game. Sago Sago prides themselves on developing games and apps which are extremely kid-friendly without in-app purchases so kids have fun while parents can rest assured that their kids won't be capable of making in-app purchases that they're unaware of. Sago Mini Space Explorer is just one of many different games and apps from the developers which are built on putting the kids in control of the content, and the fun cartoon designs and funny characters/expressions are sure to delight all kinds of children. While there will likely be a wide age range of kids who will enjoy Sago Mini Space Explorer, it was designed with toddlers in mind. There's still a day or two left before this app goes back to the normal cost of $2.99, so grab it while you can.