We recently discovered the Heroes of the City app and got in touch to review for them. Prior to that, we had not heard nor watched them before. For those of you who have not heard of Heroes of the City, they are: A children’s television cartoon about rescue vehicles in a small town where everybody gets to be a hero! In the show, you get to meet Pauli Police Car and Fiona Fire Engine as they help the townspeople find thieves, put out fires and solve crime that happens in the otherwise quiet town. You will also get to know Calamity Crow, the most misunderstood bird in town. The cartoon is for children aged 3 – 7.
In this movie app, it consists of:
- Movie: 26 episodes from Season 1
- Game: There are 9 different mini games like Puzzles, catching insects, colouring, put out fire, driving Pauli Police Car, help the train to find its way, matching game etc.
- Trophies: Collect Bronze, Silver and Gold trophies to unlock your own secret surprise!
- Store: for in-store purchases
Language: includes English, Swedish, Russian, Polish, Thai, Korean, Dutch, Italian, Czech and Hungarian languages. The app includes more than six hours of entertaining movies and nine exciting games. Mr K and Ms C were very keen on watching it. Each episode is about 14 minutes long. They are a nice length for children. The music from the opening theme is very soothing and calm. The animation is great. Each storyline is very well written and teaches children about safety and saving people. Each episode can be downloaded onto your device instead of streaming via connecting through internet.
Both of my children enjoyed playing with the app. Mr K is so proud that he got a lot of trophies to display on the page. It encourages him to better himself in his game. Overall, this is a very interesting show and the games are fun. It is like a mix of Thomas & Friends, Fireman Sam and other children shows. It is very engaging and educational.
Disclosure: I received a free code to download the app for the purposes of writing this review, however, all thoughts and opinions remain our own. Images from Heroes of the City used with permission.