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Alizay Pirate Girl App Review

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Alizay, Pirate GirlAlizay Pirate Girl By SlimCricket

This is a cute adventure of Alizay, her pirate father Captain Ruberfoot and his crew. They all set sail in search of the fabulous treasure of Wind Rose Island. Once they reach the island, the interactive part of the story begins. Alizay and Rubberfoot need to collect 4 needles on the island. The treasure they find is a wish…what happens to Alizay after they collect all the needles? My five year old liked listening to this story and had fun with the interactive pages like blowing on screen, tilting the phone to uncover part of the treasure map and listening to what the funny parrot had to say every time the Captain spoke.

There is also a surprise section with four parts that you need to unlock. All four sections are part of the interactive story like finding the cricket that is hidden on pages or jumping from log to log avoiding the crocodiles without falling into the water. There are many interactive activity pages within the book:

  • * Listen to monkeys and then play their songs
  • * Clean the ghost ship’s hold
  • * Crush an army of crabs
  • * Put together a puzzle
  • * Drawing, scratching and rubbing

Alizay Pirate Girl Review



  • * 25 beautifully presented interactive 3D pages
  • * 9 games
  • * 3 levels of difficulty according to age
  • * Voices and text in both English and French
  • * 25 minutes to share and enjoy as a family
  • * 2 play modes: “Read to me” or “Read by myself”
  • * 4 challenges to (help) unlock a “surprise” game

Alizay Pirate Girl Review


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4 Comment

  1. Tracy
    June 14, 2013 at 10:21 am

    I would like to try this with my twins.

  2. Sherry Compton
    June 14, 2013 at 6:37 pm

    Pirates, monkeys, a ghost ship! Sounds like a cute and wild adventure kids will enjoy. I like it that there is a story and interaction to get kids involved.

  3. desiree
    June 16, 2013 at 11:28 pm

    i like the pa but i do not have cell phoone

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