A Day At The Circus is a uniquely done and illustrated short story app with 20 mini-games/activities.
Buttons on each page then take the child to other games, which include blow-and-touch flute playing and a tilt-the-device to roll the ball maze. Lily's favorite was "The snake is stuck! Help it down."
The app has an easy interface to move between pages and games, although the child must complete the initial page-game to unlock the activities beneath it. The games don't have any instructions, but they are simple to figure out with a little trial-and-error.
A Day At The Circus can be played in seven languages: English, Swedish, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch and German.
Like other Wombi productions I have reviewed, A Day At The Circus ($2.99) is a well-done app that didn't really capture my children's attention for long.
Despite the circus theme, it presents a mostly-subdued atmosphere. My kids like jumping monkeys and superhero bananas. If your kids like the circus or a less excitable environment, it's certainly a good investment.
I've included it in the toddler category but for most toddlers it will have to be a parent-child activity.