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  • Summary: Mr. Potato Head comes to life like never before!Mr. Potato Head Create & Play features Mr. Potato Head, tater extraordinaire, in his first starring role in a mobile app. Relive childhood memories of Mr. Potato Head and bring him to life for a new generation! There are tons of ways to interact with Mr. Potato Head:- Create and customize your Potato Head in any way you want with over 200 mix-and-match parts (and more to come)! Create a funny face, put an arm where an ear should be, and any other crazy combination.- Take your Mr. Potato Head on spud-tacular interactive adventures to fantastic places with fullscreen touch sensitivity.- Capture and share pictures of special and crazy moments!Mr. Potato Head Create & Play promotes learning and discovery for children through imagination-driven play and develops fine motor skills for pre-schoolers.Mr. Potato Head Create & Play is a free app. Additional outfits and adventures are available for purchase to enhance your experience. Free your child's creativity with this digital version of the Mr. Potato Head toy on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch. Expand
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  1. Dec 31, 2012
    10
    This is for young children, but it is absolutely delightful! It brings the classic Mr. Potato Head toy to digital life, and encourages creative free-play for even nostalgic grown-ups. The graphics and animations make it one of the most sophisticated kids apps available. And the ability to freeze-frame any moment with a photo (that can be saved and shared) makes this forever playable. There is no classic game progression or fail-states, perfectly appropriate for the core audience of young kids. Expand