Languages: Arabic, NB, Chinese, Danish, English, Finnish, French, German, ID, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Chinese, Turkish
Seller: Sago Sago Toys Inc.
Laugh out loud as you explore a magical underwater world with Fins the fish. Invite Fins out to play and let the adventures begin. Guide Fins through the water and discover dozens of fun surprises. Dive into sunken treasure, meet mysterious monsters and enjoy a treat at an underwater ice cream stand. Based on the wildly popular Sago Mini Forest Flyer, this open-ended play experience is sure to delight.
- Use your finger to move Fins through the ocean
- Guide Fins to the yellow markers to uncover fun animations
- Sing, dance and laugh with Fins and his friends
- More than 30 fun animations to discover
- Make up stories to accompany the actions
- Recommended for toddlers
- No in-app purchases or third-party advertising, so you and your child are free to discover without interruptions!
Sago Mini apps are charming and playful. They are the ideal first apps for your little one.
Sago Sago creates apps that children love and parents trust. We build on kids' natural sense of wonder, creativity and curiosity to create apps that are positive and fun. Sago Sago empowers kids through play in new and emerging digital platforms.
Adorable animations and secrets for baby to find.
The kiddo likes everything from Sago Sago, and so do I
My 2 year old daughter laughed out loud for a good half hour playing this game - it’s a big hit. Though, for a 2 year old, I expect replay ability is probably low. No in app purchase. There’s a small advert on the home screen, but it’s otherwise just toddler fun.
Don't like the ad on the homepage. Also, forest flyer is a bit better. Daughter who is likes this one a lot but, flyer more.
Awesome application! Both my four and two year old boys love to play! Just wish there was a little more to explore. For a paid game, I expected a little bit more.
My 18mo old son loves this app. I love it, too! Forest flyer is pretty awesome as well. Definitely worth it.
My 2 year old granddaughter loves this app and Forest Flyer. She can play by herself, navigate to her favorite parts. It is truly a game a toddler can play. And she laughs and laughs at the funniest parts.
Love it! It made me laugh out loud. My grandchildren love finding all the surprises!
My 22 mo loves this app. ESPECIALLY the pooping seahorse.
I like the bird one better, but this is a fine interactive as well. The pooping seahorse is adorable!
Our toddler will play this app for hours if we don't stop her! It's very easy for her to navigate and use, even at 2. She laughs constantly using this app. Bright and great!
My daughter just turned 2 and really gets a kick out if this app - it's her favorite! Full of cute, thoughtful, & playful interactions that entertain and engage quite well...
I, also, bought it for the pooping seahorse. Wasn't disappointed.
My 3 year old is fixated with this game.
Great job Sago. This app is adorable. I really like how you integrate all of your characters together throughout your apps it makes for a great experience. I test all of my apps before I let my daughter play and if I had a blast and thought it was awesome I can only imagine how much she is going to love it tomorrow.
I bought it for the pooping seahorse.
My 3 year old daughter loves it best app I've bought recently for her it's very kid friendly and fun for kids of all ages!
Love this app for my two year old grandson the perfect game he loves it. Sago mini games are awesome.
My daughter is obsessed with Forest Flyer and this app is even better. Thank you!
In-app purchases, besides being shady, are distracting for a three year old. So I carefully chose apps that don't offer in-app purchases. But this game, like other purchased games from the same company, has a prominent banner on the home page that draws my kid's attention every time. She clicks it, and then she needs me to get her back to her (paid) game. I thought we were paying to lose the distractions? And what's worse, it's advertising a game we already bought. Needless, inelegant, waste of my time. The games are cute, but the sales methods are underhanded.
No, I don't want a pop-up telling me to review your app.
Its a cute app but with a sea horse pooping in a toddler app i wasnt too thrilled with it