By StoryToys Entertainment Limited
My 4 year old loves this app. He is obsessed with counting and animals and trains. The free game that came with it he will play forever. I had to add “Lego game”button on his AAC and he constantly requests it. I even bought him a few of the other games but he insists on the train/puppy one. I’m sure someday he’ll explore more but for now if he could rate this app I’m sure he would give it a thousand stars
THIS GAME JUST…. Is not that good. I don’t think it was worth downloading.
How dare you advertise the Mickey DUPLO app before it’s available. You made my son very sad.
It's frustrating to see that many of the new paid apps still include ads even after you've paid the monthly fee. These ads often target children, who may inadvertently click on them and attempt to purchase a new app. It's important to stop subjecting our kids to this practice
So I would rather Lego friends but doplo legos are for kids4 and younger
The app has a big carousel of minigames but nearly all of them are behind a subscription paywall. Unlike many children’s apps, the subscription you buy can’t be shared with Family Sharing. If you do what I did and buy a subscription on your own Apple account, thinking you can share it, you will soon find out there’s no way to share it with or transfer it to your kid’s account besides logging in as your own account on your kid’s device (I am not interested in taking that risk, but that’s what the developer recommends doing). The refund process is ridiculous - one, they don’t do refunds (only promo codes), and two the dev team doesn’t answer support tickets on weekends, but if they reply to you on a Friday the weekend days count against *your* 3 day window in which to respond before they close your ticket as resolved. YOU HAVE MY APPLE ID AND PURCHASE DATE! What more do you need? Do you need me to write the SQL query for you too?? Stop asking for more and more info from me (over weekends, no less) and just give me the refund I asked for. At this point I have to assume all the complexity is because my $8 is keeping the lights on in the StoryToys office, the way they are making it so hard to get a promo code (which probably won’t even work on an age restricted Apple account). I don’t mind buying subscriptions, as evidenced by the fact I bought one, but this developer has irritated me beyond belief with their lack of family sharing and complicated refund process.
Can I somehow transfer my purchases from Play store?
Have to pay for subscriptions for both kids. Not just one for both. Not worth paying double
So I pay annually and I got a new phone in a different country and my subscriptions automatically ended. My daughter went to play the game only to find everything locked! If I would’ve known that I’d end up with nothing after paying money I would’ve paid for each game individually instead of wasting money on an annual subscription and ending up with no games in the end! What a waste!