Bugs on the run! (for Kids)

Play in the tiny, but totally exciting world of Minuscule, for kids and their parents!

 

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This well known French animated series blends a National Geographic documentary with a Tex Avery cartoon, where ladybugs can’t stop teasing flies!

 

This racing game follows the story of a mischievous Ladybug, an angry Fly, an army of Red Ants and many more interesting insects. At each level, you must race and dodge to collect coins – and unlock new environments to explore. What tiny wonders will you discover in your travels?

Each world offers 8 races with new boosters and insects to help you earn coins. Zip through busy worlds filled with Bees, Grasshoppers, Butterflies, Dragonflies and Spiders – and learn fun facts about each of the 19 insects you meet.

 

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Mini games in between each race allow you to earn more coins. With coins you can get hearts (to recover when stunned)  and swatters (to repel the fly).

Daily gift: each day receive one or several tickets for more fun!

 

Catch rings to unlock the descriptions of all the wonderful characters of the minuscule animated series.

 

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This game is free-to-play; the first world is fully available to your kids. If they like it, you can use in-app-purchasing (with Fingerprint parental control) to unlock the next worlds and upgrade boosters, so they can get a more enjoyable experience.

 

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“minuscule – Busy Bugs!” and “Minuscule for kids: bugs on the run!” are the official tablet and smartphone games of the “minsucule” animated series from French studio Futurikon. This game is co-produced by Fingerprint and Happy Blue Fish.

 

This game is part of the Fingerprint Network of games for Learning and Play. Fingerprint offers a range of features to support the whole family including:

 

– A Shared Family Account makes it easy for kids and parents to share a device and allows parents to track the game play and learning of multiple children under a single account.

 

– In-App messaging lets kids and parents to send one another fun and encouraging messages.

 

– A curated Game Catalog suggests new Apps based on your child’s interests and learning levels.

 

– Parent Controls keep In-App-Purchase behind a parent gate.

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