Sago Mini Boats

Sago Mini Boats Chromebook App Download

Download Sago Mini Boats For Chromebook

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2015-06-04
  • Current Version: 1.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 114.57 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later.
Score: 3.6
From 25 Ratings

How To Download Sago Mini Boats On Chromebook

If you're looking to Download Sago Mini Boats on your Chromebook laptop Then read the following guideline.

Pack your bags and set sail with Harvey the dog. Pick a destination, select a boat and sail the high seas. Choose a tugboat, a super-fast speed boat or even a pirate ship! “Yarr!” Sail around the world to visit the Sago Mini friends. Make stops along the way to collect treasure, share an ice cream or meet some undersea creatures. When the voyage is over, a happy welcome is waiting for you! Playful and friendly, Sago Mini Boats puts kids at the helm. With super easy controls, young kids will love zipping and splashing along the water. Part of the award-winning suite of Sago Mini apps, this app is sure to delight. Features • More than ten boats, from a tugboat to a pirate ship! • Five destinations from a tropical island to the big city • No rules or time pressures. Explore at your own pace • Perfect to bring along on your own adventures • Play along with your little one • Great for toddlers and preschoolers, ages 2-5 • No in-app purchases or third-party advertising, so you and your child are free to discover without interruptions! Sago Mini is an award-winning toy company. We make apps and toys for preschoolers worldwide. Toys that seed imagination and grow wonder. We bring thoughtful design to life. For kids. For parents. For giggles.



  • Thank you 😊

    By amylogan123
    I love this game and thank you for makeing a dollhouse I love it
  • Fine.... Fun...

    By covibonjovi
    I mean it was a ok app.😑 If you have purchased other sago mini apps. You might like it. 😋It's basically the same app as sago mini road trip☺️☺️ I thought it was ok. But it depends on what you like☺️☺️☺️
  • Omg!!!!!!❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

    By Christmas love4789056
    I love this game so much!!! It is so worth the money and the animation is great!!!! I love all the sago mini games!! And I'm 12!! It is for all ages!!! And the toca boca games are also great!!! I think you should get this game!!! Have a good day!!❤️
  • Sweet and delighful

    By SindraB
    So well made, unlike most other apps in the category.
  • Awesome!

    By TheLastNelda
    My two year old loves all of these games, I recommend them all! Well made, user friendly, beautiful graphics and lots of fun, sometimes I find myself playing them! Haha.
  • Basic but beautiful

    By Jjallen22
    This is a great simple app for children to keep them busy. The animations are beautiful and fun! I was able to download when it was free for a limited time. Not sure if I'd pay the original 2.99 for this but I can do free. This app should remain free or be only .99 cents. For 2.99 it should have mini games, coloring, matching.. Etc as you stop at each island. as it is though, the app is great. It's just very basic, great for very young. Basic, but beautiful
  • Bravo Sago!

    By Ana Olimpo
  • Great app

    By kompeitou
    My 2 year old loves this app (along with all the other Sago Mini apps). Lots of cool things to explore for a 2 year old.
  • Cute, but somewhat annoying

    By GlossyVeneer
    My 2-year-old loves the Road Trip app so I assumed this one would be similar. I like that it seems as if there are more things to discover in this one, but it's so easy to accidentally knock the suitcase out of the boat and that makes my kid upset! "Oh no! It's sinking!" I actually find it annoyingly easy to lose the suitcase. Edit to reviewer rkckes: no, my 2yo doesn't mash the screen. She's very gentle. Don't insult other people's children when you write a review. Try to stay polite, okay? (I, on the hand, do fling the boat around the screen. I admit to that.)
  • Awesome game, works just fine

    By rkckes
    The reviewers saying the boat is touchy must have kids that mash the screen and touch indiscriminately around the boat. Cruising in the air, underwater, fast and slow, the only way I could lose the suitcase is if I intentionally touched and flung it away. And if your kids are "distressed" by accidentally losing an infinitely replaceable cartoon suitcase, maybe they ought not to play iPad games until they improve their coping skills. I've gotten so many sago mini games for my son, he's 6 and very bright, but he still enjoys the simplicity, cuteness, and sandbox style attitude. Another good one, sago sago. Well worth the cost.