We were sent some Weetabix and an ipad which we borrowed for a week. I didn't want to send it back.
Weetabix is a firm favourite breakfast food in our house (for Top Ender, Big Boy and I at least) and when Weetabix asked if we would like to borrow an ipad for a week so we could try out the new Weetakid game we jumped at the chance and not just because we wanted to borrow an ipad! The game is designed for children and has an augmented reality part, when used with an ipad or iphone that has a camera. We discovered this when we used Daddy's iphone and whilst I was impressed the children were more interested in the actual game! Just make sure you pick up one of the special boxes in the supermarket to see how cool the interaction with the packet is, I tried to get a picture but it just didn't look that good.
The idea of the games is that a baddy called the Evil Eater has stolen all the energy and wildlife from the Weetakid's planet and through playing the two mini games you can collect stacking items to rebuild the planet. Each stacking item gives the planet a different area, and it is only by collecting all of the different stacking items that you can create the planet again. It was great fun to stack items in a random orders so you could have a snow covered mountain in the background with a sandy desert in front. Top Ender loved the game, but Big Boy really really really loved the game and he keeps singing the tune to himself which is great as it is a lovely tune!
The app is available to download for free in the Apple app store, it requires iOS 4.3 so my ipod touch was too old for it and it's quite large at 127MB but it really is fun to play.