Washington, DC (PressExposure) December 07, 2011 -- PODD Media releases a new version of their hit kiddie app.
Beat the Christmas rush while your kids get busy with their own shopping spree - on the iPad, that is. The Lil' Kitten Shopping Cart Game 1.02 can now be downloaded at the App Store for FREE. What's more, the latest version is now loaded with additional ten (10) exciting levels and a new, adorable character who'll guide the players as they shop. This is PODD Media's early treat for kids age 6 to 8 years old.
Lil' Kitten Shopping Cart is an educational game intended to help children learn how to budget and manage their finances. With easy-to-navigate features bundled with HD-quality graphics and cool sound effects, the game makes learning fun and memorable for kids and kids at heart. Young players will delight in leading Lil' Kitten down the colorful aisles and picking up grocery items. After completing each level, players get to keep the extra coins saved, which later can be used to buy toys. An emailing feature within the app also makes it possible for kids to share their achievements to their parents easily.
Download this fun app here: [http://bit.ly/irkQYs]
Lil' Kitten Shopping Cart Game is part of PODD's Lil' Kitten Series, a collection of educational games that model positive behavior of caregivers (e.g. parents, teachers, etc.) through self-directed learning.
Since its launch last April, 2011, the game has been receiving rave reviews and massive downloads from players across the globe. The app has been featured in the Apps Store's New & Noteworthy applications and ranked among top ten in both Family and Education categories for the US, Canada and other stores in iTunes.
"We're thrilled with the positive reception by parents and educators all over the world," says Todd Walderman, CEO of PODD Media. "PODD Media stands at the forefront in terms of delivering games that are not just fun and engaging but also educational and value-creating. Successes like this validates our efforts and motivates us to pursue even more."