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Role Playing Games (RPG)

A role-playing games (RPG) are games in which each participant assumes the role of a character, generally in a fantasy or science fiction setting, that can interact within the game's imaginary world.
 
The benefits of role playing among kids are fundamental in enhancing skills required for healthy development. Occupational, fantasy and real life situations are several types of role play games.Take a look at these imaginative role playing games, where dramatic improvisation and creativity run rampant will get you ahead.

Role-playing games have taken the leap from tabletop to digital, and now to mobile. Here are some of the best role playing games for Android and iOS devices.

    The ever-popular adventures of the Thunderbird team form the backdrop to this good-looking app. Navigation and puzzle-solving skills are pushed in the name of providing an international rescue to those in-game characters calling for help.

    Devices: Android,iOS


    Toca Boca is joining (RED)'s fight against AIDS with Toca Town as a proud (PRODUCT)RED™ App Store Partner.

    Devices: iOS


    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: iOS


    THE ELDER SCROLLS: BLADES is a mobile fantasy role-playing game (RPG) set in the Elder Scrolls world of Tamriel. For centuries throughout the land of Tamriel, there were few more trusted and revered than the Blades, an ancient order sworn to the service and defense of the Dragonborn.   The Elder Scrolls: Blades is a free-to-play, first-person, fantasy role-playing adventure game available for download on iOS and Android devices.    The touch-based controls are easily accessible and are quite responsive in combat and when navigating the various menus. Moving through the world, though, can be a bit more awkward and cumbersome. The game starts off relatively easy, but can ramp up quickly, particularly in the gauntlet-style Arena.

    Devices: Android,iOS


    My PlayHome isn't a traditional learning app with math, reading, or science activities. But it's a great tool for helping kids tell stories, express themselves, use their imaginations, and explore.  If you value a dress-up area, dollhouse, or similar items in your classroom, this will meet a similar need with easier clean up. 

    Devices: Android,iOS


    Start building and show the world your best game and constructions. Block Craft is a free game for the whole family: from kids, boys and girls, to adults.

    Devices: Android,iOS


    Toca Doctor is a good starting point for off-screen human body exploration and learning how doctors treat ailments. Kids can learn about how the human body works and how it can be fixed when something is broken. The app provides an excellent backdrop for education and parents can use the app to answer questions and explain things like inoculations, teeth and sugar bugs, lungs and asthma, why do tummies hurt, how to use disinfect a scrape or cut, when to put on a plaster, what can be fixed at home and when do we need a doctor or a trip to hospital. 

    Devices: iOS


    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


    Kids can explore and create stories of their own in a virtual hospital that features everything from an ambulance to an MRI machine.

    Devices: Android,iOS