Looking for some fun Halloween apps for your mobile device? Here are a few I found for both Android and iOS, kids and adults that are sure to keep you entertained till Halloween gets here!
For the Little Ones (Ages 4-7)
Vlad’s Vampire Bats (iOS)
Explore Vlad’s castle and touch different parts of it to do different things. This is your chance to explore a vampire’s castle! The image below makes me want to see what will happen when you click on the food! Vlad’s Vampire Bats is FREE and for iOS only.
Harry and the Haunted House (iOS)
This is an interactive story for kids. Flip the pages and click to interact while you read. Harry and the Haunted House is for iOS only.
Halloween Hospital (Android)
Play doctor to the wicked! Treat the injuries and make the monsters all better. Might be a little scary for some sensitive kids. Halloween Hospital is available for FREE on Android.
First Words Halloween (iOS)
Learn how to spell common Halloween words in a fun way. Designed for grade 1 spelling level. Perfect for Homeschoolers who are doing a Halloween theme or classroom use. Also just for fun! First Words Halloween is $1.99 and only available for iOS
For Big Kids or Adults
Jewel Mania Halloween (Android/iOS)
Halloween Suduko (Android)
Just like traditional suduko puzzles but with a Halloween theme. Includes thousands of puzzles with four different difficulties. Halloween Suduko is FREE on Android.
Magical Alchemist Halloween (Android/iOS)
The Halloween version of Magical Alchemist is here. Merge different combinations of magical ingredients until you discover the final and most mysterious Halloween object. Listen to spooky Halloween music while you play. Magical Alchemist Halloween is FREE on Android. You can get Magical Alchemist Halloween Lite for FREE on iOS or $2.99 for the full version.
There are many more out there, just do a search on your respective mobile store! Remember if you are downloading for a minor, to pay special attention to the features of the game such as whether there is paid downloadable content or whether it allows your child to play with others online. If you have any specific suggestions, I’d love to hear it.
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