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Dr Panda Games & Apps

Dr. Panda is a developer of games for kids. They develop games with educational values that help kids learn about the world. All of their games are safe and do not contain inappropriate content, in-app purchases or any third-party advertising.

Dr. Panda’s combination of role play elements, open-ended play and expressive characters is what makes our games so loved by children.

They believe kids love to perform activities which they can relate to but are too small for in real life like being a cook, a bus driver, or a doctor. With Dr. Panda and his animal friends, kids get to explore everyday situations in a safe and playful environment.

To add to the fun, their games are packed with little hidden secrets and with items kids can collect. Dr.Panda makes sure that they always give direct feedback and make results visual, so that children can feel proud of themselves. 

Here is the list of Dr. Panda games and apps that encourages children to imagine.

    Dr. Panda Town: Collection developed by Dr. Panda is a series of cartoon scenarios around an imaginary town, where you can interact with various different objects and let your imagination and curiosity wander. With the ability to create your own avatar with numerous different attributes, the game is only limited by the imagination of the user.

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    Dr. Panda's Restaurant 2 is an educational role-playing app that lets kids experiment with different kitchen tools and foods and be as creative as they want. This imaginative play is great for promoting creativity, storytelling and children’s understanding of the routines in restaurants.

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    Dr. Panda's Hospital is an interactive educational app that teaches preschool- and kindergarten-age kids a little bit about sequencing, anatomy, and health care as they pretend to work at a hospital. 

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    Art Class with Dr. Panda app inspires children to try new arts and crafts like kites, pinwheels, clay, pots, vase, cup or more. The app develop children's creativity and promotes fine motor skills. Art Class with Dr. Panda may also inspire them to try the crafts in real life by building their confidence in their abilities and giving them new ideas. Kids can learn a few techniques for fun arts and crafts projects. They may even be inspired to try similar activities offline. Kids also can express themselves artistically through a few select opportunities to make creative choices. 

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    Dr. Panda Ice Cream Truck is a game that encourages children to think creatively as they make and serve delicious ice cream, complete with tons of toppings and decorations. The game is fun, improves concentration, and develops problem-solving and fine-motor skills in children. Dr. Panda Ice Cream Truck options range from chocolate, vanilla, and kiwi to soap, cheese and chilli. There are more characters/customers and their faces are far funnier and more expressive than the characters in the previous game. There are more opportunities to place many scoops on top of one cone and then have fun decorating them with sprinkles and trinkets. Moreover, there is a reward system in the game that unlocks a new flavor, cone, topping or decoration at the end of each round. These changes will certainly make the game more appealing to young children, however the play is very straightforward and repetitive so older children will likely get bored after a few ice cream orders.

    Devices: Android, iPhone, iPad


    The kitchen can be an unsafe place for young children, but that won’t stop their interest in exploring all the things in this crafty place. Have them play in the BabyBus kitchen and try out all the fun activities such as preparing food, cooking and juicing, in a less dangerous manner!

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    With Dr. Panda’s Postman, kids can be a mail delivery person and deliver mail all over a huge, interactive world with two sections. The first section and therefore the starting point of the whole game is the post office, where kids get to design their very own postcards and parcels in several stages. In the next section, kids get to navigate Dr. Panda on his mail delivery bike through the whole neighbourhood. 

    Devices: iPhone, iPad


    Dr. Panda’s Daycare allows kids to care for five little critters in a daycare setting. Kids ages 2 to 6 are the targeted audience, but others will enjoy the app, too.

    Devices: Android