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Sky has updated its Kids app, adding games to the mix. Titles feature such kids' favourite characters as SpongeBob SquarePants, Peppa Pig and Ben 10.

The young 'uns can play chess with SpongeBob's help, test their memory with Peppa and try target practice with Harvey Danger.

Other games coming soon include 'The Amazing World of Gumball', 'Scooby-Doo', 'Adventure Time', plus the 'Sky Kids Art Studio', which is full of creative tools, arty ideas and "lots of visual glitter".

The Sky Buddies will also get their own games. These are the avatars which live in the app, and allow parents to make personalised, age-tailored profiles for their children.

You can download games from the app to play offline. If you have Sky Go Extra/Sky Multiscreen, you can download shows too, for watching in the car when there's no wi-fi. In all, there are over 4,500 episodes to watch, including original Sky shows like 'Big Cats: Wild Files' and 'Aliens Love Underpants, And...'

The Sky Kids app lets children watch shows and play games in a family friendly environment, with no adverts. Profiles mean kids can only access age-appropriate material, while Sleep Mode lets adults dictate at what time the app switches off.

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