All of You

LQ: 9.55


Brain grade: 9.6
Fun score: 9.5

Game Type: ESRB Rating: N/A Platform/Console: , LWK Recommended Age: 9+ Thinking Skills Used: ,

iPhone iPad

All of You is an Apple Arcade puzzle game where the player is a mother hen who is trying to collect all of her missing baby chicks. The player moves through different circles that are displayed on screen. Moving to a new circle will move the mother hen through the circle and also trigger any actions that are associated with that circle. This can mean that a drawbridge falls down, a shark pops up out of the water, or a hungry giant grabs at you as you enter its field of vision. The player needs to manipulate the circles as well as how and when the mother hen moves through them to reach the goal, one of her many baby chicks. As the game progresses, the number of on-screen circles increases and the puzzles get more and more complex. 

Rescuing your chicks will send them to a field where they can be viewed by clicking on the upper right hand corner. The mother hen can also find extra images while she is making her way through the circles which show her and her chicks in different memories. 

All of You is currently available on iOS with a subscription to Apple Arcade. It is recommended for children ages 9 and up.

All of You helps kids practice and improve the following skills:

Planning: Developing a systematic approach for setting and achieving goals. 

If the player wants to make it to the goal at the end of the puzzle, they will need to use their planning skills. This means taking a look at all of the on-screen circles and figuring out what their order should be, what pitfalls should be avoided, and how to trigger certain events without getting caught by, for example,  monsters, falling objects, or lava. Players who struggle with planning are able to play the same levels as many times as they need to in order to solve the puzzle without losing their progress on any of the previous levels. Hints are also available if the player really needs help moving through a particular level. 

Flexibility: Trying something new. 

In order to solve the puzzles in the game, the player needs to be able to use their flexibility skills to try new things within the context of the game. Sometimes circles need to be moved or flipped in order for the mother hen to move through them. Sometimes timing is important or pausing at just the right moment. Using flexibility will help the player try new approaches to solving the puzzles and collect more chicks and photos.

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