Sago Mini Road Trip

Sago Mini Road Trip

By Sago Mini

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2014-11-20
  • Current Version: 1.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 76.87 MB
  • Developer: Sago Mini
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 363 App Reviews)
  • Price:
    $2.99
Sago Mini Road Trip App Ratings: 4.5
4.5
Based on 363 App Reviews
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Sago Mini Road Trip App Details

Go for a fun-filled drive with Jinja the cat. Pick a destination, select a vehicle and hit the road. What will Jinja drive today? Choose a sporty racing car, a jumpy jeep or a funny pickle car! Stop along the way to wash and fuel up. When the drive is done, a happy welcome is waiting for you! Playful and friendly, Sago Mini Road Trip puts kids in the driver’s seat. With super easy controls, young kids will love zipping along the road. Part of the award-winning suite of Sago Mini apps, this app will make you laugh out loud. Features • More than ten vehicles, from racing cars to a shoe-mobile • Six destinations from magical mountains to the big city • No rules or time pressures. Explore at your own pace • Perfect to bring along on your own road trips • Great for toddlers and preschoolers, ages 2-5 • No in-app purchases or third-party advertising, so you and your child are free to discover without interruptions! Sago Mini is an award-winning company devoted to play. We make apps and toys for preschoolers worldwide. Toys that seed imagination and grow wonder. We bring thoughtful design to life. For kids. For parents. For giggles.

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App Reviews

  • SO FUNNY

    5
    By The Sheep Lover
    I JUST MAKE THE CAT AND THE CAR FLY AND SHAKE THEM AND NEVER PUT ANYTHING IN HER SUITCASE!! XDDDDDD BUT I STILL LOVE THIS GAME 5 STARS FOR U SAGO MINI
  • Turning the game off?

    1
    By Jason A Wettanen
    How do you turn the game off with a iPhone 10? I had to power the phone off, just to get out Of the game!!!
  • Five stars

    5
    By Turtle lover ❤️🐢❤️
    i am 9 and love so good i want to write a book even my dog loves it
  • One star

    1
    By Cats rule😺
    Kill me now
  • LOVE IT but could have more😛😜😐

    4
    By The snail is fast
    I think it could have more stops and more traffic lights and more places to go. But don't get me wrong I love this app but it could use more.!!!😕🤗😘😘😘😍
  • Best driving game ever

    5
    By RyRyScottB
    You can drive with Jinja the cat and meet her friends
  • Magical

    5
    By Granny Chooks
    I have purchased every Sago App for my grandchildren aged between one and eight. The fact that there is no narration allows young children to put their own words to the story. When friends come to play there is always a request for Sago Mini. As an ex-teacher I watch how the children interact with various apps and which apps become favourites. Well done to the creators of Sago Mini. @JudeStevens
  • Pretty good

    5
    By MadPapaya
    2 year old loves it. But she is a little young for it
  • Too expensive

    1
    By niddin
    It's cute but too expensive. It should only be 99 cents or include some of their other apps.
  • This game is magic!

    5
    By Loser135478
    I'm a social worker for kids and have used this game for all kinds of things... it's a great ice breaker, distractor tool for when boring stuff is happening (paperwork, etc.), and sometimes it's just something the kiddo can focus on while we talk about hard stuff going on because it increases their felt safety (particularly with older kiddos the game isn't necessarily geared towards since it doesn't require their full attention). With younger kids, it's also fun to have them engage you in the game- where is the cat going? What does he need for the trip? Etc. When used as an ice breaker, I feel like I get a pretty good gauge on the child's developmental level- it's not scientific at all, but it does help guide my interactions. Today I was at a doctor's appointment and a boy about four or five was melting down after an hour of waiting. He was begging to be taken to school. His mom tried in earnest to distract him and keep him entertained, but he was over it. I brought over the game and voila- he was occupied and content until his name was called. I've never had a kid who wasn't into this game- even if they were talking about how ridiculous it is.

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