Little Girl Magic
Little Girl Magic is a child care and dress-up game for people who love to take care of kids. Adopt a 7-year-old little girl and dress her! Feed your girl when hungry! You have to feed your daughter when hungry. Your daughter has to be with energy level 30. You earn points for feeding your daughter. Another way to earn points is by care actions: helping your daughter with hairdo, helping with homework, playing playstation, sewing and others. The game allows you to change costumes and hairdo styles. Types of costumes available: sport, casual, working, evening and night. The goal of the game - in exchange for earned points purchase all available items for all available rooms and for the Backyard. And purchase all available toys. === The girl will respond to the sounds of click on the Main screen. You can change the sound settings in the Account screen. In-app Products $1.99 - $5.99 per itemMore
- Adopt a 7-year-old little girl and dress her! Feed your girl when hungry.
- Help your daughter with hairdo, helping with homework, playing playstation, sewing and others.
- Change costumes and hairdo styles. Types of costumes available: sport, casual, working, evening and night.
- Purchase all available items for all available rooms and for the Backyard.
- 2500 points (+ no ads)
- 5500 points (+ no ads)
- 8500 points (+ no ads)
- Approximate size
77.4 MB - 239 MBMore
- Age rating
For ages 6 and upMore
The game developer believes this game meets accessibility requirements, making it easier for everyone to use.More
- Supported operating systems
Windows 10Windows 8.1Windows 10 MobileWindows Phone 8.1Windows Phone 8
- Supported processors
- Supported languages
English (United States)Français (France)Português (Brasil)Español (España, Alfabetización Internacional)Русский (Россия)Türkçe (Türkiye)
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- Additional terms
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Little Girl Magic
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Pretty fun wish I could do more😞More
A fun game to play for little kids.More
Still needs some improvements. My thought today is to allow her to brush her teeth!! I think it's important my kids brush twice a day it'll be nice to have them see their play baby do the same.More
I like this app very much but I think you can add more to it like them being able to walk around and getting more clothes 👚 and make the toys appear in there rooms otherwise it's a really cool 😎 gameMore
Not so challenging. I wish it had better graphic.More
Maybe I'm not getting this game. All you do is save points to "purchase" items that simply appear in a "room.". The items just sit there... The girl doesn't do anything and the items available to purchase can take days or a week to purchase. It takes too long for a game that really doesn't do much.More
Its like a real kid annoying but still a great game <3<3<3:DMore
My daughter loves it. She wakes up and goes to sleep taking care of her daughter and even dresses her in the morning according to the weather. Alot of people complained about the time it takes to earn points. This is true but we don't mind, it teaches patience and reality. The only thing is the kid was barefoot and without a bed until we earned enough points to purchase them. Necessities as such should have been given immediately.More
If I had the option to rate this game at a "zero" then I would. Like the other two games similar to this concept (baby adopter & little girl magic) its a complete waste of game users time. For all the work that's put into feeding & supplying furniture to the select rooms more points should be given towards those actions, different levels of advancement should be rewarded as well. This game should be marketed to children ages 8-12 this game really needs some major upgradesMore