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Apps to entertain, engage kids' brains during summer vacation

10:30 AM, Jun. 11, 2013
Drowning fires is the name of the game in 'Sprinkle Junior,' an app about wielding a hose and using water physics to solve puzzles.
Drowning fires is the name of the game in 'Sprinkle Junior,' an app about wielding a hose and using water physics to solve puzzles.
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With summer vacation beginning, many kids will turn to mobile devices for entertainment. Thousands of game apps promise to keep your kids entertained; but the best also engage their brain. Here are three knock-your-socks-off games that also pack in some thinking.SUPERFUGU

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