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Mini Pupstars: kids big & little celebstyle your pooch By MiniWorldGames
Get creative and crazy with Matoto Play’s latest game, Mini Pupstars. This app will unleash your little artist by letting them become a wacky dog groomer. The first thing that caught my eye was that the app is in 3D. That means that you can view the pup from all sides just by holding down and dragging around the screen. This allows you groom, trim and paint your pooch completely.
With this iPad app, you start by choosing one of four different pups to work with that you get to “beautify”.
Once you have choosen your pup, they are presented to you all shaggy. Now is your chance to be creative! Along the bottom of the page are all the styling tools you need: scissors, comb, grow powder, trimmers, spray paint, hose to wash off, shampoo, hair dryer, straightener and of course a camera to take the pics of your precious pup for the “Mini VIPUPSTAR” show.
My son wanted to create a Christmas dog so he started shaving, trimming and painting…
But then he decided to go short and trim all the hair off. After you groom your pup, you then get to choose your accessories. He had fun picking out all the accessories from hats, headbands, glasses, hair, mustaches, jewels, bow ties, and seasonal designs.
His final design is a short hair Christmas Dog, aptly named Christmas. Just like the real life dog grooming competitions, make your dog a star by sending in your celeb pooch to VIPUPS (V.I. Pups) at [email protected] and look out for the winners on Matoto Play’s Pinterest Board for the chance of winning an IPAD!
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Buy It: This app does not contain any in app purchases or ads.
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