Pigeon App Game

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All you need to do is select Game Pigeon from the list of iMessage apps on your phone, pick a game you want to play and get started. Personally, I love playing Basketball on Game Pigeon, but you also get choices like Sea Battle (basically the board game battleship, but on your iPhone), chess, dots and boxes, and a lot more. My stepson is grounded and all games are restricted, but we are allowing him to message in case of an emergency. He plays the games on the Game Pigeon app with his friends regularly, but they are not restricted with the 'games' screen time tab and I am assuming it is because his messages are not restricted. Game pigeon, another game slowly gaining the attention of kids and parents. For most parents, they have always been conscious of what games their children play online. In this post, I will be broad on game pigeon and also show you how to download to your iPhone.

Mo Willems is best known as the award winning Author and illustrator of kid’s favorites like Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!, the Elephant and Piggie series and the Knuffle Bunny books. He now also has a brand new app! Pigeon Presents: Mo on the Go! Where you try to fill your sticker vault by playing mini games, drawing and dancing! The fun includes: Draw with Mo: Use your imagination. Go to any message that contains this app (anyone ya have played game with), next click on game as if ya are going to play. A drop down window will open, this will show the apps in messenger. Hold down on game pigeon until all apps are bouncing, now just click x to delete, remove, make gone.


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I understand that you would like to limit access to games, specifically the GamePigeon app, on your stepson's iPhone. Since that app isn't specifically addressed by Screen Time. That being said, I have a couple of thoughts that might address what you want to do. You can try restricting Game Center, specifically multiplayer games. You can limit his usage time of other apps. As a last restort, you can either delete or offload the GamePigeon app from the iPhone. You can use this support article for information on these actions:



As a last restort, you can either delete or offload the GamePigeon app from the iPhone. This is mentioned in the following support article:


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Specifically this:

'Go to Settings > General > [Device] Storage. You might see a list of recommendations for optimizing your device's storage, followed by a list of installed apps and the amount of storage each one uses. Tap an app's name for more information about its storage. Cached data and temporary data might not be counted as usage.

In the detailed view you can:

  • Offload the app, which frees up storage used by the app, but keeps its documents and data.
  • Delete the app, which removes the app and its related data.
  • Depending on the app, you might be able to delete some of its documents and data.'


As it mentions, Offloading the app will remove the app, but will not delete the associated documents and data. This way, by blocking his downloading of apps, he cannot download it again. But when he is no longer grounded, you can authorize him to download the app again.


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Jan 23, 2019 11:21 AM

Mo Willems is best known as the award winning Author and illustrator of kid’s favorites like Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!, the Elephant and Piggie series and the Knuffle Bunny books. He now also has a brand new app! Pigeon Presents: Mo on the Go! where you try to fill your sticker vault by playing mini games, drawing and dancing!

Game Pigeon App Not Showing Up

The fun includes:

Draw with Mo: Use your imagination to turn a scribble from Mo into your own doodle. A child can also play with a friend with one drawing the squillem (scribble) and the other finishing the picture.

Elephant and Piggy’s Dance-o-rama: Select a combination of dances for each character and watch them go! Keep an eye out because every so often Mo will also take the stage and bust a move.

The Monster Maker: Enter the lab and put together your very own creature. When you are ready, flip a big switch to bring them to life and see what kind of reaction you get from Leonardo the Terrible Monster.

Knuffle Bunnies Sticker Pictures is like an early introduction to photo editing. Take a Picture (or use one from Knuffle Bunny) and it will appear in Sepia tones. Add virtual stickers of Mo’s characters or the pictures you have already created with Mo. We let the Pigeon drive our scooter in one of our creations.

Pigeon’s Dream Drive: Finally the Pigeon gets to drive the Bus ( if only in his dreams) and picks up the duckling passengers. Use you fingers to trace the route Pigeon should take before you run out of time. Just be sure to watch out for the mad cow and road blocks.

Piwi Mama comments:

We love all the Pigeon Books so this app was a bit hit in our house! There is so much to like in ‘Mo on the go’ but the highlight for us were all the extra details added to make it extra silly! Raining hotdogs, Cameo appearances from Mo, unsequential levels in the Bus driving game, and parachuting Bovines had us all laughing a lot. It was great to have an app that the whole family could enjoy from preschool and up. I would recommend this app for 4-10yr old, though fans of all ages will appreciate seeing all of Mo’s characters together in one app.

Pigeon Presents: Mo on the Go from Disney is available on iPhone, iPod and iPAD. It is $3.99 on App Store.

If you would like to check it out or purchase it, please use the App Store link provided below. The cost is the same to you, but iGameMom gets a small percentage. Thanks for your support! Note: The link works for all countries.

Today’s app is reviewed by JJ (Piwi mama), a proud wife and mama of two girls. The family travel with her hubby’s work so most of her time is spent teaching her kids. In her spare time, JJ blogs about their portable learning and reviews books. You can read about their travels at Learning and Growing the Piwi way