Spy Fox in Dry Cereal | Game App
Spy Fox in Dry Cereal app is indeed a challenging game. It will continue to be as each time you go back the clues change, changing everything! The mission, should you choose to accept, is is to stop William the Kid’s dastardly plans of dairy destruction. You do have helpers and lots of spy gadgets that you gather along the way. Your helpers, Monkey Penny and Quack, provide clues from the Mobile Command Center. You can learn clues playing the games on the spy watch. Just tap the Fun button. This app will definitely challenge your thinking and observational skills while you are having a great time!
The videos will give you a clear image of the game layout. I have to get back to finishing it though! I need a substitute kid!
This app is presented to us by Nimbus Games Inc.
Some Missions Pop Up in the Strangest Places!
Time to Check Out New Spy Gadgets!
The XRay Gum Comes in Handy!
This app is a great addition to your kid’s toolbox for life!
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Meet The Developer!
What was the initial inspiration for Spy Fox in Dry Cereal
I’m sure you are familiar with the book and the wonderful line, ‘If you give a mouse a cookie, he’ll ask for a glass of milk’. We were inspired by the same sort of reaction from children with smart phones and tablets. Just hand over a device and watch them instinctively touch, tap and tilt enjoying the immediate connection with these wonderful, rich adventures and lovable characters Putt-Putt, Freddi Fish, Pajama Sam and Spy Fox
What is your favorite aspect of the app?
The quality, breadth and depth is unmatched and the meticulous conversion of these games to mobile platforms including the accelerometer and future use of microphone, has added even more fun.
Is there anything else you want to say to our readers?
Nimbus Games is committed to reintroducing the entire catalog of these award winning games to Apple iOS and Android platforms. ~ Andy Hieke.
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