Did you have a toy when you were little that looked kind of like a can of soup, but when you turned it over and then back it moo’d? I loved that toy. I’ve missed that toy. I have been playing with it a lot lately, or rather, I’ve been playing with it on my iTouch! (It may or may not annoy Mr. Bargains which may or may not make me do it more)
There are many moo’s you can choose from. We like to live on the edge around here and keep it on “random.” You can even record your own moo which we haven’t done yet since I don’t have any way to record, but I’m sure the kids will have fun with that! I do let mine play it, honest. I love how simple it is- and it keeps my kids happy when we’re waiting in the doctor’s office or something
This is a pretty fun app for adults and kids alike. Brings back memories for me. Although maybe that’s showing my age? Am I old enough to “show my age” already?
The folks at Panda Cub productions (Check them out on Twitter and on Facebook– they have some cool new apps in the works!) have offered me a code to one of my readers to get iMoo from iTunes !!
Tell me YOUR favorite childhood toy. Leave your email if it isn’t visible in your profile.
Easy, peasy, lemon squeezy.
The winner will be chosen sometime after midnight on August 7, 2010 by random.org. I will email the code to the winner as soon as the winner confirms interest. US only.
I was provided with a sample of this product to facilitate my review. All opinions expressed within are my own.
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