Calling all city builders and storytellers! Build your own island town by swapping, dropping, placing and playing with dozens of animated story tiles – including roads, houses, shops and visits from your favourite Sago Mini friends. Try to find the volcano, the pizza shop, or the mayor! There's no limit to what your imagination can create.
FOUR LOCATIONS FOR ENDLESS DISCOVERY
Start your story with one of four fun locations – each home to a Sago Mini friend. Create a tropical paradise for Harvey, help Jack build a farm, visit Jinja in the city and grow a fantastic forest with Robin!
STORY TILES WITH A TWIST
Design your own neighbourhood with endless combinations of story tiles – see if you can uncover all the animated surprises!
PERFECT FOR LITTLE FINGERS
An intuitive drag and drop menu gives kids the power to build (and rebuild) all on their own.
• Four unique locations – Lighthouse Island, City Island, Treehouse Island and Farm Island
• Drag and drop story tiles for endless combinations
• Uncover hidden surprises along the way
• Promotes explorative play
• Encourages creative storytelling
• Ideal for toddlers and preschoolers, age 2-5
• Original artwork and custom sound design
• Play wherever you are - without WiFi or internet
• Safe and kid-friendly - no in-app purchases or third-party advertising, play without any interruptions!
Sago Mini is an award-winning company devoted to play. We make apps and toys for preschoolers worldwide. Toys that seed imagination and grow wonder. We bring thoughtful design to life. For kids. For parents. For giggles.
The applications Sago Mini Town was published
in the category Education on 2017-04-12 and
was developed by Sago Mini.
The file size is 55.62 MB.
The current version is 1.1 and works well on
6.0 and high ios versions.
New preview video! Happy building.
It,s fun but I would 😍😍😍😍it more if you made it so The ocean is deeper.
Always sweet and a hit with the kids!
My son seems to really like this game. He like to build his own city and make up stories with the characters. Reminds me of how I used to play with action figures as a kid. Next generation!