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App description: Is your little girl ready to be an astronaut? A scientist? The President?! Then the perfect dress-up doll has finally arrived!

Now she can be all of these and more with Cool Careers Dress Up. This forward-thinking dress-up app includes more than 12 careers for little girls to try out.

First you customize the virtual paper doll so it looks just like your child- you can select the dolls skin tone, eye color, and hair to match. Then the fun begins! Select all kinds of different careers to see the doll dressed up as a doctor, a race car driver or an airplane pilot. Girls have a wide variety of cool careers to choose from- from STEM jobs (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) to thrilling, heart pounding jobs that puts your child in the middle of the action. Hows a girl to know she wants to be a professional deep sea diver or climb Mount Everest without picturing herself there?

This app helps your little girl see the possibilities of what she can become - widen her horizons beyond more traditional careers. Let her dream of piloting helicopters across cities, managing her own top corporation as a CEO, or even making historic rulings as a Supreme Court Judge.

Play the app as a traditional dress-up game or for extra fun you can roll the dice to randomize the doll- and her outfit! Will you end up with Space Cop, ruler of the Galaxy? Or will you be the General Surgeon on top of Mount Everest? Perhaps Judge Deep-Sea Diver is more to your liking.

The possibilities are endless!

If you have a little girl ages 3-8 or if you want to dress up yourself as your profession, all you amazing women firefighters and surgeons and astronauts out there, this is the perfect app for you.

Have fun and dream big for the future at the same time!

-Retina HD
-Game is for girls ages three and older.
-Includes over 15 professional outfits with tons of accessories, plus 15 animal friends and 16 illustrated backgrounds.
-Beautiful graphics by children's book artist Laura Tallardy.

Note for Parents
This app:
- Does not contain popups or in-app purchases.
- Does contain links to developer's other apps on a separate "Parents" page.
- Does not contain links to social networks or the internet.
- Does not use data collection tools.
- Does not require an internet connection to play.
Please see our privacy policy for more information.

batgirl717111's comments:

Hey Touch Arcaders!

My new app "Cool Careers Dress Up for Girls" was just released- it's a progressive, stereotype-busting app where girls can dress up as scientists, astronauts, doctors, race car drivers, scuba divers and more! It's got a focus on STEM and non-traditional jobs to broaden the horizons of young girls figuring out what they want to be when they grow up. Girls can mix and match the outfits for extra fun, and create stories to go along with the new characters you make.

All the career options are modern, and many are technology oriented- it sends a positive girl-power message that parents will love!

Here's the link to the free iOS version: https://itunes.apple.com//cool-careers-free-d/id945061907

iOS for $0.99: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cool-careers-dress-up-for/id945061858?ls=1&mt=8

Android for $0.99: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...dy.cfs_android

The youtube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cD9rKjAQnr4

I can send promo codes if you're interested and would like to check it out.

Thanks for checking out the app & have a great holiday season!
12-14-2014, 11:01 AM
Joined: Sep 2013
Location: uk
Posts: 3,544
My daughter is a little too old for this app but I'm gonna purchase it anyway. When my daughter first got her device most of the games aimed at her age were all pink frilly princess crap which my daughter hates, she prefers minecraft etc, so it's nice to see something going against that.

Few weeks ago the kids were talking about what they wanted to be when they grew up in the playground, my daughter is nine and wants to be an inventor/scientist one of the other mums told her "no, little girls should want to be a princess" my daughter did a WTF ? face lol.