Diversion For Kids
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
Like platform games? Like running games? Well, you're gonna luv Diversion for Kids: 200+ levels, 7 Worlds, 700+ characters - one touch and no ads or IAP!!
- No ads, no IAP
- Millions of players world-wide
- 220 Levels of platform running action
- 7 Unique Worlds
- 700+ fully-animated playable characters to unlock and collect
- Boss battles!
- Physics powered by PhysX
- Game Center achievements and leaderboards
- 3rd person camera: see all the action
- Different every time you play
- HD graphics
- Play your own music
- Bluetooth game controller support
- Save all your game progress, gems and unlocked characters to iCloud
HOVER WORLD PREVIEW LEVEL!!! Cruise around on your hover board collecting gems, or jump off and run around in this free roaming world!
Be amazed at what you can do : run, jump, climb, hang, swim, zip, slide, and even fly! As you progress through levels you'll unlock more challenging gameplay and hazards, including: spikes, chasms, zip-lines, slides, ledges, holes, buttons, spiderbots, bouncer bombs, water, laser walls, meteors, security drones, aliens, mutant sharks, chompers, stompers, lava, steam vents, blast vents, reversers, stoppers, portals, spike rollers, and more! 205 challenging levels will require timing and puzzle solving skills to complete and unlock the hundreds of playable characters including: Ninja, Alien, Rocket, Karate, Robo, 60s, Zombie, Burglar, Tiger, Egyptian and even the Freaky Chicken and Future Banana!
Will this be your next Diversion?
Note: 'Diversion for Kids' is the same as our free game 'Diversion', except there are no in-app purchases, no ads, and no external links for an uncluttered gaming experience. You can even use iCloud to save progress between Diversion and Diversion for Kids.
What's New in Version 1.61
- More levels
- More characters
- More leaderboards
- iPhone 6 and 6+ support
fantastic, complex one-button platformer with 200+ levels :)
I didn't know a purely one-button experience could be this deep. With all the different kinds of obstacles, gameplay in these levels seems every bit as detailed and satisfying as in the best classic Mario-style platformers, without the need to map any buttons onto the screen. Plus it has some super-well-implemented random/procedural design in most levels that helps keep things even more interesting.
This game is kind of an enigma maybe ... The gameplay and level design are so polished, and so awesome, but in some ways the three iOS apps with this set of stages are a bit of a mess. The app just called Diversion currently has 10 more stages than this one, but making an IAP doesn't actually remove ads like it's supposed to. This version is my personal pick of the three and has no ads or IAP, but since about the time they were adding world 5 stages Game Center has been failing to record scores and achievements in this one. Run Jump Fly, another version of this same game, has a more descriptive title, but crashes when I make an IAP and then doesn't give credit for the IAP afterwards. The only problem I've ever had with Diversion For Kids is the Game Center thing, so yeah, it's my pick. But how could Ezone get a play engine so perfect and pristine and fun, and put so much effort into 1000+ character outfits if you count both female and male versions, yet get those basic things I mentioned wrong?
Anyway, back to the gameplay itself ... All you ever do is tap to jump, yet the levels manage to be extremely varied and engaging and fun. :D This certainly isn't an "impossible" game ... the early levels are pretty easy, get somewhat more difficult through worlds 2 and 3, then in my opinion even the tough world 4 puzzle levels never get way too difficult. But some of those world 4 levels took me a lot of tries! Then world 5 takes a different turn ... there's a lot less puzzle element than world 4, and the world 5 levels range from very easy early on to some hard ones toward the end. Then world 6 takes yet another turn ... they are all "mega marathon" levels that mostly keep repeating the same stuff, but with random/procedural variations that force you to adjust your strategies. And finally you've got the endless bonus levels, which unlock one or two at a time as you progress or buy outfits or improve your scores and star totals. By the way, I have not found a single bad level in the whole bunch!!
One final note ... This game is or at least was supposed to be one minigame within something called Hover World, a possible future app Ezone is or was working on. If this huge amazing game is just a Hover World minigame, imagine what Hover World must be like!?! My mind is blown.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Feb 04, 2015
- Version: 1.61
- Size: 91.2 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Ezone.com
- © Ezone PTY LTD
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.