Zeebu Mobile launch Super BabyGO! with 25 copies to give away

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Super BabyGO! is the latest update to the BabyGO! franchise by Zeebu Mobile. The first version of the app, is a free sample of how the game works, and this version has some great new features you and your kid would like.

Once downloaded, the app locks the BlackBerry and lets your 0-2 year old push the keys and hear the corresponding sound. The app also features a growing section of downloadable content to keep things fun. Instead of letters and numbers, it can deliver cute animals as well as multiple languages.

Super BabyGO! is available for $5.99, or on a free trial. You can get more details and download information from their site. Also, Super BabyGO! is soon to be in App World so feel free to check it out then.

The folks at Zeebu Mobile are also providing 25 licenses to winners who comment and tell us “what games/toys your kids love to play with.” We’ll select 25 winners at random and email them licenses.


  • Pthomas

    My 4 1/2 YO still likes some and used to love what my 2 1/2 YO loves – all of the electronic toys that have both a visual and/or auditory response when they touch buttons. They include:

    Vtech discovery nursery farm – numbers, colors, animals
    Talking Elmo doctor
    Leap Frog – Alphabet Pal – inchworm/centipede alphabet animal that has all of the letters as feet – and plays the alphabet song
    Calculators – stand-alone and on both iPhone and BB just to see the numbers and get the tone when the screen is full
    Woo button App on iPhone
    Alphabet bus – similar to the inchworm but it rolls
    There is also a device (not sure of maker) that lets the kids go through each letter and their sounds – “Every letter makes a sound and S says ssss”

    Of course, BabyGO – both even like seeing the shapes and hearing tones when it is not a letter that is pushed.

  • Pthomas

    My 4 1/2 YO still likes some and used to love what my 2 1/2 YO loves – all of the electronic toys that have both a visual and/or auditory response when they touch buttons. They include:

    Vtech discovery nursery farm – numbers, colors, animals
    Talking Elmo doctor
    Leap Frog – Alphabet Pal – inchworm/centipede alphabet animal that has all of the letters as feet – and plays the alphabet song
    Calculators – stand-alone and on both iPhone and BB just to see the numbers and get the tone when the screen is full
    Woo button App on iPhone
    Alphabet bus – similar to the inchworm but it rolls
    There is also a device (not sure of maker) that lets the kids go through each letter and their sounds – “Every letter makes a sound and S says ssss”

    Of course, BabyGO – both even like seeing the shapes and hearing tones when it is not a letter that is pushed.

  • Robert

    My daughter loves the first version of this app. Would love a copy of this one. Other than that, she loves books and little people.

  • Robert

    My daughter loves the first version of this app. Would love a copy of this one. Other than that, she loves books and little people.

  • David

    My little nephew loves the original BabyGO app!

  • David

    My little nephew loves the original BabyGO app!

  • reggielee

    Tupperware

  • reggielee

    Tupperware

  • John

    A new BabyGO app, very nice! My son (age 16 mos) really likes the first/original version of BabyGO, he plays with it often… Otherwise he likes most of the Leapfrog stuff (especially the stand ‘n play learning playground). Even my 4yr old daughter is amused with the BabyGo app, but she is also in to books, painting/crafts, anything Disney Princess, and her Vtech computer.

  • John

    A new BabyGO app, very nice! My son (age 16 mos) really likes the first/original version of BabyGO, he plays with it often… Otherwise he likes most of the Leapfrog stuff (especially the stand ‘n play learning playground). Even my 4yr old daughter is amused with the BabyGo app, but she is also in to books, painting/crafts, anything Disney Princess, and her Vtech computer.

  • PDM

    Well, my 21mth old son asks for my BB soon after he wakes every morning (5:30-6am) to play with BabyGo (he loves seeing the boxes appear and repeats the characters – good to see you have implemented the English “Z” pronunciation :)

    He loves watchin the “Seasame Street” ABC’s Song (various versions), In The Night Garden (Makka Pakka especially).

    He’s bee recently working his way up from 2 piece puzzles to 5 piece now (which would be good to see on a BB).

  • PDM

    Well, my 21mth old son asks for my BB soon after he wakes every morning (5:30-6am) to play with BabyGo (he loves seeing the boxes appear and repeats the characters – good to see you have implemented the English “Z” pronunciation :)

    He loves watchin the “Seasame Street” ABC’s Song (various versions), In The Night Garden (Makka Pakka especially).

    He’s bee recently working his way up from 2 piece puzzles to 5 piece now (which would be good to see on a BB).