This week has reached the a App Store iOS newest Snowman, the creators of The Alto Collection. But far from following the style of his famous saga or his most recent Skate City, with Pok Pok Playroom They have completely changed their style.
In fact, we are facing something closer to the toy than to the game because, as you will see in its presentation video, Pok Pok Playroom
The idea behind Pok Pok Playroom is that children can enjoy entertaining and stimulating experiences with which they can play without fear of levels, objectives or losing the game. A project focused on making exploration and discovery its main asset.
With six interactive toys so far (a city in which to interact with objects, a drawing application, a collection of levers and switches, a book of interactive objects and animals, a game to form characters and another of shapes and colors) the intention of the team is adding experiences little by little, but right there comes the only big problem with this fantastic idea.
They assure that, in order to keep the application alive, they have opted for a subscription strategy instead of a single payment, so after two weeks of free trial the application will ask us for a payment of 29.99 dollars per year or 3.99 dollars per month
Frankly, it seems like a tremendous mistake to me, but you know what happens with these situations, that the good people of Snowman take to rethinking their business or, sooner or later, others will run to try to fill their gap with a more attractive option. For now, I invite you to have the application on the radar because something tells me that they will soon change their strategy.