Amazing Car Wash – The funny cars washing game for kids App Review
Kids who love cars will love Amazing Car Wash. This funny car washing game, from the developers of My Little Car Wash, is a simple, but highly entertaining app for kids. There’s a whole host of cars ready to be washed. From bulldozers and tractors to clown cars and safari trucks, kids will find a car to suit their needs. Once they get their cars clean, kids can spend their stars and get them dirty again.
Choose from 14 cars to wash
Use 10 car wash features
Spend stars on 5 special effects
As a parent info screen explains, this app is designed as a one-finger app. That means kids only have to use one finger to complete all of the tasks. It also means they can only complete one task at a time. Developers have attempted to create a quality app. The opening screen displays a scrolling view of all the vehicles available along with bubbles kids can pop floating around the screen. Once kids select a car, they’re taken to the car wash area. Here the graphics lack a bit of quality and look a lot like overlays on a basic car image, but kids won’t mind. Instead, they’ll focus on navigating through the different car wash functions to clean the car and earn stars. With the stars, kids can buy special rewards. These rewards are also fun for kids, but not created with the highest quality. A few of them, such as the dragon, also take a few moments to appear on the screen.
This app is not being rated for education.
From the large variety of vehicles to the wealth of cleaning options and rewards, kids will thoroughly enjoy this app. While they’re encouraged to clean the car by following each of the steps in order, they’re not required to. They also don’t have to complete each step, although doing so earns them more stars. The app adds in fun touches, such as bubbles kids can pop on the opening screen and balloons they can pop after earning enough stars to help make the app more interactive and entertaining.
While this app is a lot of fun, the fun comes at a price that is much higher than the price of similar apps. Little kids who love cars may find a lot of value in this app, but those who are the fence may opt for something less expensive.
This app displays a more apps option in the bottom corner of the main screen, but what causes it to lose points for child friendliness is the unprotected “rate this app” option that appears under the settings icon.