Lola’s Magic Cube– educational fun for preschoolers

April 26, 2011— Kids’ favorite Lola Panda provides fun and educational moments for children between 3– 8 years with this new and exciting puzzle game. Lola’s Magic Cube is the first puzzle game in the Lola Panda game family and it has the same goal as previous Lola games– to become kids’ educational favorite globally!

Lola’s Magic Cube is a new kind of kids’ puzzle game that can be played with iPhone or iPad touch screen devices– and soon as a Mac application too. The game comes with 3 difficulty levels and the easiest level can be played even by 3 year old kids with some help from an adult. The hard level provides challenge all the way up to 7-8 year old kids. More stunning patters will be available soon for the harder levels.

“This well-designed puzzle game is a great way for kids to have fun, but also develop their skills to recognize ability. It also provides good visual spatial mental challenge in all levels,” says Development Manager Teemu Riikonen from BeiZ.

Lola's Magic Cube Key Features:

    <*>Three difficulty levels for kids between 3– 8 years old <*>High quality graphics (HD) and pictures which are specially designed for this Lola puzzle <*>Easy-to-use children-friendly game design <*>English + 7 other languages (German, French, Dutch , Spanish, Italian, Finnish, Korean)

Lola’s Magic Cube is available for iPhone and iPad in Apple’s App Store for $1.99/$2.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.

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About BeiZ:

BeiZ Ltd is a game studio that concentrates on providing enjoyable educational solutions and non-violent games for children and adults. BeiZ also assists its partners in publishing their games and mobile content. BeiZ has headquarters in Hong Kong and operations in China and in Finland. Please visit for more information. 

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