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There's no denying that most children, given the choice, are more likely to sit in front of a TV
                        than read a book, venture outside, or redecorate the lounge with finger
                        paints.

                        In our ever-busier lives things like computer games and television can
                        keep your offspring amused when you can't.

                        Which is not necessarily a bad thing, particularly if you're a houseproud
                        mum or a father who recently had to endure Ikea.

Aside from the entertainment value, lack of mess, and breathing space computer games can bring
to the table, the right ones can be educational, too.

But where do you start? The App Store is rife with games for children 4-years-old and up, and
many are pretty awful.

With that in mind, Pocket Gamer is here to help you not to waste your hard earned on something
the kids will play for ten seconds before wandering off to annoy the cat.

Our list consists of ten games we think would be great for kids 11-years-old and under, roughly
separated into suitable age ranges. That isn't to say a fast-learning four year old can't play
Rolando 2, but it does take a bit more understanding than say

Doodle Jump - £0.59/$0.99

Doodle Jump is number one on the iPhone games app list, and for good reason. It's highly
addictive and a lot of fun.

The gameplay is simple: guide the jumping Doodler up a sheet of graph paper whilst avoiding
black holes, UFOs, and negotiating different types of platform on your way to the top.

If you're familiar with Mario, you'll recognise the simple, platform-jumping gameplay instantly.
Like many iPhone games, Doodle Jump includes tilt controls for guiding the Doodler left and
right - easy as pie for most kids and fairly intuitive.

The visual style of the app carries the same air of simplicity the gameplay thrives on, and as the
name suggests the game looks like the doodle scribblings you might find at the back of a school
textbook. The presentation is one of those things that both kids and adults can enjoy.

While it may not be educational as such, it's hugely enjoyable and probably good for a child's
coordination. Just don't be too upset when your kids. beat your score.

Rolando 2: Quest for the Golden Orchid - £2.99/$3.99
Another massively colourful and unique iPhone experience, Rolando 2: Quest for the Golden
Orchid involves trying to lead the Rolandos through ancient ruins, volcanic caverns, dark
jungles, and more.

The controls are simple: essentially you tilt, touch, and slide your way through the adventure,
with various different puzzles, action moments and physics-inspired gameplay - otherwise
known as swimming, flying, and driving - along your merry way.

There are 45 levels to roll over, which should keep the children (and yourself) busy, and with the
awesome visuals courtesy of pop illustrator Mikko Walamies, it should prove to be as
captivating as it is vibrant for anyone that lays eyes on it.

The puzzles are not as difficult as they were in the first rendition of Rolando, but there's enough
of a challenge to get your children using their brains to solve them, which can't be a bad thing.
Sonic The Hedgehog - £3.49/$5.99

Sonic The Hedgehog on Mega Drive was brilliant. Everything from the unique fast-paced
platforming to the memorable techno soundtrack: each of the Sonic games was an experience a
generation of players will never probably forget, and there's still nothing like it (until Project
Needlemouse perhaps?).

For those unfamiliar with the spiky blue mammal, Sonic is a hedgehog with phenomenal
acrobatic ability. It's a shame his real life counterparts don't share the same acrobatic ability - car
and cattle grid related issues would be a thing of the past.

Completing a level involves running and spinning at insane speeds round loop-the-loops,
jumping over spike pits and past baddies while collecting golden rings. Hit a bad guy with rings
and you lose them. Hit a bad guy without rings and it's back to the last checkpoint or the start of
the level.

It's as simple as hell, but the gameplay feels very rewarding and the difficulty of later levels,
particularly the boss characters, means even the younger, more adept gamer will have something
to challenge them.

Sally's Spa - £1.79/$2.99

We're not sure girls really should be pigeonholed into playing girly games. I'm sure many female
gamers can enjoy most gaming experiences, but some games are definitely developed with
females in mind.

One of these is Sally's Spa, an app that has you helping customers to relax at your spa via
manicures, saunas, baths, hot stones and more. As your business thrives, you can enhance the
premises to further the success of your spa.

With 50 levels and ten locations there's a fair amount of longevity to be had, and the time
management and business aspect of the app is something that children might just benefit from.
If not, it's sure to keep them entertained at the least.

If your kids are specifically interested in hairdressing, developer Games Cafe also makes Sally's
Salon which is a pretty similar offering, only with more hair.

Airport Mania: First Flight - £1.79/$2.99

We've all been there. Most of the previous day or night was spent packing so you're tired, and
stress levels are at an annual high. However, it's all okay because once you're buckled-up in the
car and you've done the obligatory check for passports the holiday can begin.

Until you find out your plane is delayed, which sends your blood pressure soaring higher in the
sky than where your plane would've been. Fortunately, Airport Mania capitalises on the 'fun' of
airports, with kids in mind - especially so if they're sat bored in the airport with you.

Your role in Airport Mania is to help avoid delays, land a variety of planes, ensure precious
cargo is looked after, and a range of other airport related challenges. It sounds as dull as
ditchwater, but it's not.

The planes themselves are whimsical characters, complete with oversized eyes and brightly
coloured paint jobs. Then there's airport itself, a colourful and bold affair. It all looks like the sort
of thing you might see in a children's book, making it a natural choice to fascinate your kids.

It isn't all cute looks, though. The challenges offer different solutions that get more and more
difficult as you progress through the eight amusing airports, so the little ones will have to engage
their brains.

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demonstrations of iPhone apps gives everyone a good idea about what the app is all about. If you
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