Amazon continues to be a key player in the market because it knows its way around audiences. To expand and enhance its Amazon Kids+ catalog, Amazon has added two children-friendly mobile games to attract audiences.
Amazon Kids+ is one of their subscription services that is solely targeted at children. It generates entertainment content for children in the form of movies, tv shows, books, comics, and now mobile games. The subscription rate of Amazon Kids+ is just $2.99 per month. It proves to be very beneficial for both the children and the parents because it only consists of content specially curated for kids.
Amazon’s history with gaming
The last time Amazon Mobile was actively publishing games was in 2015. Hence, it has been a while since it played an active role in the mobile gaming industry. Amazon Game Studios have also successfully published games like Lost Ark and New World, which gained a lot of popularity on PC. Even with such a bright history in the field of gaming, it is the first time in a long while since it has shown proper interest in adding to the gaming industry.
The two games which are joining the catalogue are Super Spy Ryan and Do, Re, Mi. Being published by Amazon Mobile, the games will be ad-free and will be available to download for free.
About Super Spy Ryan
Super Spy Ryan is a kid-friendly multiplayer game. For the safety of children, it does not have risky features like adding a friend, chatting, and more. It is currently available to download in the US, UK, and Ireland. It is expected to be available in other countries soon.
The game also offers party mode and single-mode. The players will get a randomly allotted spy username. They will have to rescue the stolen birthday gifts from Packart’s Lair and accordingly their score will be judged. If they are caught in between, they will have to drop all the stolen gifts and start again.
About Do, Re, Mi
Do, Re, Mi is expected to be available in the US, UK, Ireland, and Canada soon. It is an educational game that targets children aged between 3 and 6. It educates children about music, teaches them how to read sheet music in a fun way, and lets them play songs on musical instruments. Children can also compose their own music and add their vocals. The game features the voices of Kristen Bell and Jackie Tohn.
Both the games sound very impressive. But the question about whether it will have the kids hooked or not is yet to be seen. It is too early to comment. Or, is it? Your views are always welcome. Let us know what you think about these games in the comments section!