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Bungling Bats - A FREE Game App for Kids and Everyone Else (Download now)(Android)

Click here to get the Bungling Bats Game App for kids and everyone from the Google Play Store

Read the exciting story of the Bungling Bats.

Bungling Bats is a timed three round matching game for kids and everyone else, featuring Crazy, Cool, Bumbling, Bungling Bats. The first round in this Halloween Bat FREE game for kids is 100 seconds and after that each round is 10 seconds less, so that you will have the time to improve each round. 

Another thrilling feature of this Free Halloween Bat Game that makes it even more awesome than just a matching  game - you must find the icons that link together in some way! When you make a linked match Bungling Bats will show the link. You also get some help along the way. You can use the REFRESH button 3  times, this mixes up the game cards so it is easier to find linking matches. You can also use the FIND button 3 times, and this will find the matching links for you.

This free game for kids will challenge everyone who plays it.

This Cool Bat Game is an addictive race to find the matching links, that gets harder each round. Have Fun!!!© NYCelt LLC 2014


Thanks to Callum_Sharp279 for the cool game music we used in Bungling Bats..

Now that you have played the Bungling Bats App, you might want to read true story of Bungling Bats. Here it is:

Bungling Bats


Samuel Muggington

Two brown bats are hanging from a rafter in the attic. They are bored. They can't wait for the Sun to go down because tonight is Halloween.


"Can we go now?" Barney said. "No, it's still light dummy," Beatrice said. "No one will see. Please?" Barney said. "I don't know. The last time we went out during the day that woman chased us for an hour with a broom. I think we should wait," Beatrice said.

Barney stretched his wings and flexed his pectorals. "Don't try to impress me with those puny muscles. It won't work," Beatrice said. Barney let go of his grip on the rafter. He somersaulted in mid-air and landed on the wooden floor with a soft thud. "Barney, I'm warning you," Beatrice said. 

Barney flapped his wings and stopped. "I said no," Beatrice said in a louder, squeakier voice. Barney flapped his wings twice this time. "Oh alright," Beatrice said. She dropped down onto the floor and stood next to Barney. "I'm only doing this because you are so annoying," she said. 

Barney grinned and took off.  He reached the opening in the roof and squeezed out. Beatrice followed. Barney leaped off the roof and swooped into the backyard with Beatrice right behind him.

The children shrieked so loud the neighbors called the cops. Boys and girls ducked and weaved as the terrified bats tried to escape.  Barney got himself wrapped up in crepe paper while Beatrice became entangled in fake cobwebs.

"This is the best Halloween party ever," a pudgy boy said. 

Finally Beatrice broke free. She rushed to help Barney. She managed to get the orange paper off Barney just in time before a  wild-eyed woman came after  them with a plastic baseball bat. The woman swung with all her might and missed Barney. Unfortunately she did hit Mrs. O'Reilly right on her fat rump. This action increased the bedlam as Mrs. O'Reilly had a fierce temper. 

Barney and Beatrice flitted away unnoticed during the commotion. "Never again," Beatrice said as she squeezed back through the opening in the roof. "That is the last time I listen to you. Now get up there and hang your head in shame," Beatrice said. Barney flew up to his perch, grabbed hold and grinned.