A Small Snail In A Big World

Kids love playing games on your devices, so why not give them a fun game that stimulates them mentally?

Milli The Snail

Games are a great way to teach children important lessons about life in a fun, stress-free way. If kids are laughing and learning in a care-free setting, it is easier for them to not only retain information from the lessons but also want to learn more. Milli The Snail teaches kids everyday skills through an interactive adventure.

Milli: A small snail in a big world” is an aesthetic game that is designed around the story of a snail named Milli. She sets out on an adventure to find out who she is and what her place is in the world. She crawls around Apple Tree Hill where she lives and interacts with various animals like owls, birds, and ladybugs. With every character she comes across she is faced with helping them by solving some puzzle or a game. It teaches children how to solve problems and to be empathetic. For example, Owl has lost and broken her glasses. Milli helps her find the various pieces and put them together again. Each animation is water-color and potato stamp based and was drawn by a young artist in Germany. The art is close to a child’s reality, allowing them to identify more with the game. Milli the Snail is available on  iOS and Android Devices for $2.99.

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