This is the building game you've been looking for! Do some searching around the internet and you'll find that kids, parents and kids app reviewers love Super Nano Trucks! Its a construction site for your iPhone and iPad teaching real world building concepts by construction industry leaders. It's fun, creative and offers tremendous learning opportunities to kids ages 3-8. Mom and Dad blogs say, yes! Fatherly.com The iPhone Mom iMums Children's Technology Review Kimzi TVThe building industry loves it! The Concrete Producer Concrete Construction Concrete Producer MagazineMad props given in Ad Age, Women in Toys, Chicago Toy & Game Inventors, Crain's Chicago Business Review and more!Features: 5 unique trucks - dump truck, Ozinga concrete mixer, bulldozer, steamroller and earth mover Ozinga concrete factory - Modeled after a real Ozinga factory in Chicago - drive the concrete mixer into the factory, adjust dials, and put together the right combination of sand, stone, cement and water to make roads, sidewalks and houses in the game. Gender neutral - Designed and tested for both girls and boys Operate the CB radio - Interact with female and male construction workers while you drive Complete challenges - Earn hard hats by completing simple challenges on the construction yard Authentic sounds - Trucks start, accelerate, change gears, beep, honk, factories hum, dials click and more Original illustrations - Artwork created by renown vector illustrator, Nicholas Slater and Brad HodgskissDesigned and tested for:- Boys and Girls ages 3-8- Developing spatial skills- Building fine motor skills- Encouraging creative playFatherly.com"The game is simple to pick up and play right from the jump, with colorful graphics that are easy to read even if your kid can't."4.5/5.0 stars The iMums"If you have a young child who loves trucks, construction or driving then I highly recommend this app..."4.5/5.0 stars Kimzi kids apps reviews on YouTube"...a fun children app that allows for guided play and exploration"Excellent Children's Technology Review"Here's an app that presents a unique spatial relations problem solving situation..."Research and development led to innovations in driving controlsMost kids driving apps are designed to be used with two hands. One thumb for steering the vehicle and the other thumb for accelerating. Thats a problem because children under five only use one finger to engage with the touch screen. By combining both the steering wheel and accelerator, just touching the wheel drives the trucks like they would on floors at home! A focus on creative play makes for a unique experience every time you start the appWe focused on guided creative play. Children can choose to complete missions to earn hard hats. In the build mode children can add roads, bridges, tunnels, trees and more to customize their environment. The environment loops on itself so that the trucks don't get stuck and your child never loses their place. Parental controls that actually workParental controls were not an afterthought. In the iPad or iPhone settings, parents can regulate the length of play and break time. When the specified play time is over, a break whistle appears and prevents further play until break time is done. Parents complete the narrative with their kids by saying, Oh, it looks like the workers are on break!. Parents can also manage the sound effects of the app if they become a little too authentic. :)About Bughouse in ChicagoWe believe in a day when every child grows up knowing they can realize their dreams through their creations. Our mission is to hide education in really fun games and provide the tools for parents to help raise amazing little persons.We're Bughouse: a super fun group of musicians, engineers, artists and writers who believe that they too, can use creativity to sculpt our world for a better future.