I have never been to the Great Britain but I would really love to go there with my family someday. In the mean time, Eric & Bruce Travel to Britain app is here to show me fun facts about Great Britain. It’s a fun little app for toddlers to explore the streets of the Great Britain and learn about its cultural heritage, historical figures, and tourist attractions.
Ride a Horse, a Bike, or a Broom
Eric and his puppy Bruce are traveling to the Great Britain. Riding a horse, a bicycle, or a witch’s broom, Eric and Bruce take us to see popular attractions such as the Big Ben and Buckingham Palace. Navigation is simple; you only need to swipe left or right to get to other popular attractions.
During their travel, Eric and Bruce also get to see Britain’s historical figures, such as the Queen of England, and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. You will also find popular British cultural heritage such as the double decker bus, red Royal Mail pillar box, and blue British phone booths. Additionally, you will also find the Stonehenge and Shakespeare’s birthplace.
Parents Need to Know
Some of the attractions have a yellow star floating around them. If you tap on the star, you can have a more detailed experience of Eric & Bruce’s travel. For example, you can have a nice cup of English tea or dance to some Celtic music.
Eric & Bruce Travel to Britain is suitable for kids ages two and up. They can experience popular British culture, legends, and literature, such as Shakespeare, Sherlock Holmes, and even the legendary Loch Ness monster. The app works great on Airplane mode, and it doesn’t have in-app purchases, advertising, and links to social networks. Keep in mind that it doesn’t work on iPhone 4, iPad 1, or older devices.
Things I Like
Designed for a younger audience, Eric & Bruce Travel to Britain has plenty of interactions and surprises. For example, you can tap the cloud to start the rain or the Tower Bridge to let the big ship pass through. I like how you can wipe the dew off the iPad screen after the rain.
Other small details that I enjoy include the Beatles taking poses as they crossing the street and how the sheep is counted in binary instead of the decimal system.
Eric & Bruce Travel to Britain allows kids ages 2+ to explore the Great Britain in the comfort of their home. A collection of fun facts about Great Britain is spread across the app, waiting to be discovered by curious toddlers. It’s a lovely app with a nice sense of humor. You should definitely see what happens when the yellow submarine meets the Loch Ness monster.
App was provided for our honest review.