Apps for Kids 057: Mega Dead Pixel
Mega Dead Pixel is an endless runner game where you have to avoid colliding with retro-shaped obstacles while collecting coins and special pixels. This episode is brought to you by Care.com, offering any type of care your family needs. As an Apps for Kids listener, you can save 25% when you become a Premium Member.
Apps for Kids is Boing Boing's podcast about cool apps and games for kids and parents. My co-host is my 11-year-old daughter, Jane. In this episode, we talked about Mega Dead Pixel, an endless runner game where you have to avoid colliding with obstacles while collecting coins and special pixels. It’s free for iOS and Android.
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