Subscribe to RSS Latest Releases by Orbaby

Teeth Defense Released for iOS - Free Game for Kids to Learn Math Facts

Jul 03, 2013 - Orbaby today introduces Teeth Defense– For basic math skills 1.0, their new children's educational app developed specifically for iPad devices. Perfect for Kids of 1st Grade or 2nd Grade, Teeth Defense is a fast-paced app fusing math learning, tower defense game and dental care. Math learning within the app advances by steps and not by leaps. Every time children successfully complete a few levels, they'll be rewarded with medals to keep them going.

Teeth Defense - Fusing math learning, tower defens and dental health

May 17, 2013 - Orbaby is proud to announce the upcoming release of Teeth Defense. Teeth Defense is an excellent one to recall basic math fact, while it is easy to forget that you are learning. All you have to do is helping cute teeth defend their kingdom. Children will love the app at first glance since no one can resist these cute teeth, like teeth warrior who counts sheep at its leisure. Kids, age 6-12, deserve this fast-paced but also educational game. Will be published on Apple Store in June.

Baby's Farm - a Collection of Orbaby Plants Encyclopedia Apps

Apr 22, 2013 - Orbaby is proud to introduce Baby’s Farm-Orbaby for iOS. Baby's Farm, released on Apr 15, introduces the concept of planting on farm. 70 plants fall into 5 categories: flower, fruit, crop, vegetable and condiment, and the growth process of plants follows the natural rules. The app perfectly tells children how plants reach the max growth stage. The app also gathers many learning functions for comprehensive cognition, such as mini encyclopedia, detail illustration, writing, bilingualism and more.

Upcoming app for better learning - Baby Learns Sight Words

Apr 10, 2013 - Orbaby is proud to announce they are going to publish "Baby Learns Sight Words", the basic one for preschool or school-aged children. It's a puzzle game which contributes to a better learning and memory, and develops the function of left and right brains. The game theory of Jean Piaget points out that games provide children the opportunity to consolidate what they have learnt. Interactive games help to enlighten & develop intelligence.