Whether you’re an previous and creaky grownup or a precocious tyke that has one way or the other discovered themselves on this darkish and scurrilous nook of the web (Run whilst you nonetheless can! Crawl in the event you can’t!), you must give Hupsi – an interactive musical storybook from 5pm Kids – a glance as your free browser choose of the day. It’ll put a smile in your face, I promise.
You can play Hupsi here for free on Itch.io, and it’ll solely take up a couple of minutes of your time. Simply put, it’s lovable. A musically synced watercolour dream of singing crops and burbling, pleasant dinosaurs, with the world JUST interactive sufficient to carry the eye of the little ones. All the vocals are nonsense, and no textual content seems past the title of the character, making it completely tuned for preschoolers regardless of the place they might hail from. Plus, the tune is simply delicate sufficient on the ears in order to not drive mother and father fully up the wall on the 50th repetition of the day.
It looks like these hand-crafted works of youngsters’s artwork are the proper antidote to (severe warning: real Nightmare Fuel forward) the plague of bizarre semi-procedural trash that has infested children’s YouTube. It’s coherent, it’s considerate, it’s mild and even the one probably damaging a part of its message (If you wake somebody up, they is perhaps grumpy) is rapidly de-escalated by a hearty breakfast.
As mouse-friendly as it’s, Hupsi is designed to be performed on a pill touchscreen. If you are feeling like throwing a pair bucks at 5pm Kids, or wish to ship it to kids in its meant format, you’ll be able to choose it up for $2 on the iThing app store.
We know that our readership skews just a little older and wiser than others, so share with us. For these of you with burbling younglings, did Hupsi enchant and entertain them in addition to it hopes to, or does it fall flat?