My Very Hungry Caterpillar AR iPhone App Review

| October 13, 2017 | 0 Comments

Kids of many ages love Eric Carle’s character The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Now they can enjoy their favourite character in their real backyard through AR. My Very Hungry Caterpillar AR game for iPhone brings to life The Very Hungry Caterpillar in the real world, with a stunning augmented reality experience. You can download the app for $2.99 from iTunes App Store.

What is it about?

It’s almost 50 years since Eric Carle introduced his much-loved character The Very Hungry Caterpillar to the world. Now with Apple ARKit, the Very Hungry Caterpillar comes to life wherever you are. With Augmented Reality you can see the caterpillar and you can still see the world around you. Your kids will amused to watch the caterpillar at your kitchen, bedroom, living room or in your garden. You will find him anywhere you want to play with him. In the game, you got to hatch the caterpillar from an egg, and feed him fruit. My Very Hungry Caterpillar will captivate you as he crawls around your environment. You got to help him explore your world, or take a peek into his colorful toy box. Of course, there are lots of surprises to discover. Pop floating bubbles and watch out for the wind-up Grouchy Ladybug. Eventually, when My Very Hungry Caterpillar gets sleepy, just tuck him into his bed. Each time you wake him up, it’s time for an exciting new day. It will be fun.

As you feed him fruits, it grows bigger and bigger, until he changes into a beautiful butterfly, and flies up into the sky. Next time, when you play, a new egg appears and the adventure begins again. The amazing AR is mindboggling. The nice non-competitive individualized play with no right and wrong way to play let kids enjoy the game rather than worrying about time limit or points to score. The UI layout is intuitive, child-friendly and easy to use. It is also slick and responsive.


My Very Hungry Caterpillar AR game for iPhone helps develop nurturing skills and encourages a love of nature in kids. The non-competitive nature gives kids the time to think, analyse and enjoy the game to the fullest. The charming musical effects and comforting soundtrack gives a positive feel to the game. The game’s AR part is excellent to say the least. Its UI is child friendly. The game is largely stable. Overall, a well-made augmented reality game that encourages kids to love and appreciate nature.

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