Quick Review – Sprinkle Junior
The main difference between the two Sprinkle games is the fact that you can’t run out of water in Sprinkle Junior. There are still some great puzzles in this version, but they are much easier as kids can pick up and drag the blocks and boulders as well as work with a few funky contraptions. Sprinkle has 22 colorful levels for the kids to play with, and while they are easy for adult it should be enough to keep your kids busy for a bit.
Sprinkle Junior is a great game to play and while it’s for kids, I had to give it a go for myself. Everything I liked about the original game is present in Junior; it’s just much easier to play as there isn’t a water limit. I even tested the game on my niece and she really got a kick out of it; she played it on my phone for about 30mins straight which is amazing considering how short kids attention spans can be. There are no ads or in-app purchases in Sprinkle Junior either, so no worries about getting charged while your kid is playing the game. You can grab Sprinkle Junior in the Android market for $1.99.