7 Good Dress Up Games for iPad and iPhone

Grace loves paper dolls. She loves playing dress up, and she loves playing dressing games online.good dress up games for ipad and iphone

Have you ever tried to find dress up games that are done in English and without decent (I mean, not indecent) graphics? Who are these games made for?! It’s not little girls.

Over the last three years, we’ve amassed a collection of games for dress up. Here are our favorites:

  1. Princess Fairy Tale Maker by Duck Duck Moose

    $1.99 – We really love Duck Duck Moose. Every single one of their apps is stellar. This one allows you to put “stickers” on backgrounds (even on photos), create coloring pages, and more. This is Grace’s #1 favorite app right now.

  2. Usborne Sticker Dolly Dressing and Usborne Sticker Dolly Princesses – Usborne PublishingSticker Dolly Princesses

    $4.99 each – I scoffed at the price of these apps when I first saw them, but I gave it more thought. I’ve been paying $9.53 for what are essentially one time use sticker books from Usborne. Grace really loves them. For half that, I got her an app that lets her do exactly the same thing – dress dolls on screen over and over. The app also lets her arrange the dolls in different scenes and with various props. She really likes both of these.

  3. Minnie Bow Maker by Disney

    $3.99 – When I asked Grace what her favorite apps were, she said this one and the Princess Fairy Tale Maker above. This is from Disney, and it’s well done.

  4. Disney Fairies Fashion Boutique

    Free – I was leary of this free app when I first found it. Basically, it is free to download and play, but if you want to speed things up, you have to pay real money to buy pixie dust and pixie diamonds. Grace is content to play it without the extras, but be aware that the temptation exists.

  5. Girls Can Be Anything Paper Dolls

    $0.99 – This came from another blogger (Aliza Sherman) two years ago. It’s great because it’s got a variety of outfits for different hobbies, and it’s completely innocent. The music is annoying, but you can always turn it down.

  6. Dress Up-Little Mermaid

    $2.99 – Honestly, I dislike this app, but Grace says it’s her favorite so it makes the list. The music is kinda lousy. The girl’s belly is hanging out, but she’s a mermaid, I guess. The bottom line is that it’s easy to use, and Grace really likes to dress up the mermaid.

  7. Dress Up with Angelina Ballerina

    $0.99 – As the price would imply, this app is light on options. Grace does play with it, but not as much as the others.

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