Do you have an iPad, iPhone or iPod, but don’t know what games are worth downloading? Finding an app for your iPad, iPhone or iPod can be frustrating, especially when you’re trying to find games for your children. There’s so many available, many are great. Sadly, you can spend hours upon hours searching for them though.
If you’ve spent countless hours in the Apple Marketplace searching for apps, keep on reading while I share my review of Give a Dam. Give a Dam is an app for your iPhone, iPod, and iPad. The app was launched on November 5, 2012. Give a Dam was created by PT.Nightspade Multi Kreasi, and is available to download for free in the Apple App Store.
I have to admit, being a mother of four I try to watch what my children are exposed to. When I first heard the name Give a Dam, I wasn’t really sure this would be a game I would allow my children to play. After playing it, the name doesn’t bother me. It’s about building a dam. My children already know that beavers build dams, them playing the game doesn’t bother me at all.
The past few days my husband, two younger daughters, and myself have been playing Give a Dam. It’s the first iOS release by Chuck Studios. Anymore it seems like so many games are full of shooting people, racing people, and superheroes. I enjoy playing Medal of Honor on my console, but that’s about it when it comes to shoot them up games.
Give a Dam is everything but full of exploding buildings, guns, and cars. It’s a game that challenges you with physics and creativity. Rather than being based in a war, or on a racetrack, you’ll find yourself in the super fun, colorful, crazy world of Camp Chupa Chups.
In Camp Chupa Chumps players are challenged with more than 120 levels to unlock. You know what that means, more entertainment and fun. The characters in Give a Dam are fun, unique, and my toddler loves them. I know you’re thinking Chupa Chups sound familiar. They are lollipops, and it’s really neat how they are part of the game.
Give a Dam is a fun game, with great graphics. In my opinion, in today’s day and age, with all the technology we have there’s no reason I would download a game with poor graphics. That’s half the fun, the bright colors. Oh, and don’t forget about the great music, I love the music.
There’s not only great graphics, but lots of fun. Chuck is the super chill star of the game, he works super hard on a dangerous river, trying to save the Chupa Chups flavors by guiding them very carefully down the dangerous, fast-moving river. Better be careful, one wrong move and everything goes down the waterfall.
My toddler really appreciates the graphics and the music as well. She takes the game right out of my hands, starts pushing buttons, and dancing..she is good at it by now, but I’m not. LOL, if she thinks we’re going to chase her she will haul booty into her “office”. For those of you that haven’t read about “the office”. It’s behind my heavy sofa, that moving is almost impossible. She takes everything behind the sofa candy, soda, phones, tablets, iPods, anything she can get her hands on ends up in the office. Darn kid, lol we have to love her.
It took me a few tries to get the game down, but once I did I was racking up some serious points. Tetris has always been one of my favorite games, and Give a Dam reminds me of Tetris. It’s really about strategy, and figuring out what works, and keeping it that way, before your stack falls and you loose everything you worked so hard for.
I was starting to kick some serious booty, when my 14-year-old came home from school yesterday wondering what I was listening to on my phone. I allowed her to play while I cooked dinner, hummmmm haven’t seen my iPod since then. There’s 120 levels on this game, and no offense I love my teen, but she’s not the best at games. IT COULD BE WEEKS, OR EVEN MONTHS BEFORE I GET MY IPHONE BACK! Seriously, she traded me phones for the day. I had to let her take my iPhone, and here I am with a phone without any internet…
Chupa Chums lives by the “Life Less Serious” motto… Simply sit back, relax, take some time to enjoy all the quirky and funny things in life. It’s a great motto if you ask me, there’s nothing better than enjoying all that life has to offer.
If you want to stay connect with Give a Dam, view funny and cute contents from the character, and let the developers know your opinion of the game, don’t miss Give a Dam on their Facebook Page.
If you’re looking for an awesome app that they entire family can enjoy, I suggest Give a Dam. One word of advice, be sure you play it before handing the game off to your children. It’s addicting, you’ll want to enjoy it before letting your children take control. Be sure and swing by the app store and download Give a Dam.