If you like bugs, you’ll enjoy the following apps, including Bug Heroes. If you hate bugs, check out Ant Cockroach Beetle Flea Mosquito Insect Smasher.
Bug Heroes (Free) In Bug Heroes, a tower-defense-genre game, you play a bug trying to protect its home and goods from a swarm of attacking insects. (Mobilewalla score: 96/100)
Sago Mini Bug Builder ($2.99)* This game for kids gives your child the opportunity to create, and interact with, as many charming cartoon bugs as he or she likes. (Score: 95/100)
Bug Village HD (Free)* Bug Village is a world-builder where you construct a hometown where bugs can work, play and flourish. The latest version includes Valentine’s Day extras. (Score: 87/100)
Ant Cockroach Beetle Flea Mosquito Insect Smasher (Free) If you live in a buggy, humid climate, you may enjoy this app where you smash as many bugs as you can. (Score: 85/100)
Glow Bugs (Free) In this game, you try to keep your own Glow Bug moving through the night, catching aphids to power up and avoiding obstacles and aggressive bugs. (Score: 82/100)
Lightning Bug — Sleep Clock (Free) This app features 200 soothing sounds to help you fall asleep and a variety of alarms to wake you. (Mobilewalla score: 96/100)
Funny Bee World Live Wallpaper (Free) If you are currently experiencing a sunshine deficit, add these happy bees flying through a spring sky to your device. (Score: 94/100)
The Very Hungry Caterpillar ($3.99)* This interactive, digital version of Eric Carle’s beloved book uses fun mini-games to help children learn about counting and sorting. (Score: 91/100)
Shadow Bug Rush (Free)* Shadow Bug Rush is an endless platformer. Move through its levels, slicing through foes and avoiding whirling blades in your path. (Score: 90/100)
Ladybug Adventures World (Free) This horizontal platformer features the junior superheroine Ladybug fighting her way through ninjas, hedgehogs and dragons. (Score: 86/100)
*Available on Apple and Android.
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