A Tale of Little Berry Forest (free): cute, interactive Android game for kids

Today our app recommendation of the day is the mobile game “A Tale of Little Berry Forest”. The game for kids usually costs 0.79 euros and is currently available free of charge. We will briefly introduce it to you.


  • A Tale of Little Berry Forest is free for four days
  • 4.6 stars with a little more than 1,300 ratings and over 10,000 downloads
  • Child’s play in English

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At the start of the week we think about your offspring and recommend a game for the younger audience. A Tale of Little Berry Forest is currently free for Android and there are a few good reasons why you should give this game a chance.

Why download “A Tale of Little Berry Forest” is worth it

Our free download is a breeze and is only available in English. This is a good opportunity to understand a story together with your children in English, or to challenge their language skills. But also the young at heart with a weakness for cute graphics are welcome to test it without obligation. This game is less about speed, depth and action. Instead, the interactive story is told very leisurely, characters are carefully introduced and you shimmy through nice mini-games.

The graphics are really cute and the developers point out a special feature here: The graphics were not created entirely on the computer. Instead, everything was painted with oil pastels and then brought into play. That gives the game a special look – even if I bet that your children are more interested in the mini-games that keep interrupting the story.

The reviews, all of which are enthusiastic, speak of a “sweet game” and I would like to agree with that. The only small points of criticism: The lack of support for the German language and the small size of the game.

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Does “A Tale of Little Berry Forest” respect your privacy?

With mobile games for children, it is even more important that we are not lured into in-app traps. Fortunately, the game is free of in-app purchases and, moreover, completely free of advertising. Of course, I also checked the game for trackers and authorizations via the Exodus platform: not a single tracker was found and only two unobjectionable authorizations are requested – thumbs up for that!

At first glance, the Privacy Policy does not hide anything unusual either, but it is also only available in English. The game was last updated in June 2021 and is playable from Android 4.4. So it’s good if you use an older device that you may have passed on to your children.

PS: The game is also available for iOS, but there is currently no promotion and you pay 49 cents for the game in the Apple App Store.

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I hope you – and especially your little ones – have a lot of fun with this game. Let us know in the comments whether we should also include children in our app recommendations more often.

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