Introducing the Sago Mini babies. Boys and girls love caring for these adorable characters. Feed Robin her favorite mush, play dress-up with Jinja, change Harvey’s stinky diaper, then take a dance break with Jack. With cute animations, adorable giggles and even some tears, these babies are a lot of fun!
Pretend play helps children understand and take control of their own world. With fun and familiar activities like feeding, playing and bathing, this open-ended app helps children practice empathy and nurturing behaviour. Part of the award-winning suite of Sago Mini apps, this app is packed with cuteness.
• Promotes empathy, nurturing and caring through pretend play
• Eight real-life activities from feeding and bathing to playing dress-up
• Perfect for soon-to-be older siblings or baby-loving toddlers
• Laugh at silly surprises and adorable reactions
• Play along with your child
• Perfect for children aged 2-5 years
• Play without wi-fi or internet
• 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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Ratings and Reviews
Making the babies cry is pretty abusive
The game has interesting things for me and my daught to do. Don't get me wrong, it's a quality product, but the fact you can do some pretty naughty stuff with the babies had me question if the team has made the right design decision.
Myself and my 5.5 yrs old ended keep trying to make the baby sad or cry - something that we would never do in real life. It's sort of like "digital abuse" which the users can engage in, I wonder if this is actually a good game for kids at a young age.
Just thinking out loud here...
Sooo I was just thinking what if like half of the stuff on here was blocked like the dress up and they only things you could do is the eat and change thing. If that was the case I'd be ticked! But I am so glad there is no in app purchase in here because I really don't wanna spend my money just to change my babies clothes. Anyway IT DOES NOT TAKE INAPP PURCHASE. Thank u, the end!
Six-year old boy just wanted to be silly with the babies. Flying them around and making a mess with the food. Four-year old girl wanted to feed and dress them the most. Neither too fascinated with the diaper pooping segments. I would have been happier without that “feature”.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.