EdgeMates: Fun, New Way to Learn Foreign Vocabulary on iPads: Price Drop
May 13, 2011 in Education
[prMac.com] Chicago, Illinois - EdgeMates, the fun, new way to help you learn vocabulary on your iPad is now only $2.99. The object of the game is simple. A series of tiles are created that have vocabulary words on each side. Your goal is to place the tiles on the game board so that each word matches up with its translation on the connecting edge-its "edgemate".
Three different levels of difficulty are available - 4, 9, or 16 tiles. The easy level is perfect for learning the words. Then move on to the more difficult levels. Even once you know your vocabulary, the game is still fun and challenging. EdgeMates is based on an exercise used by many foreign language teachers. Instead of the traditional method of creating paper cards with the words on each side, everything is ready to play immediately.
Currently, versions for Spanish, Italian and Polish are available, with more languages to come.
"Great practice app" - iEducation Apps Review
This is the kind of reaction often heard from people who play the game: "That app is exceptional! I have no interest in learning Spanish, but it became a personal challenge to complete each puzzle. What a great educational app," - email comment
EdgeMates Foreign Language Features:
* Over 200 words in 11 categories
* 3 levels of gameplay
These are the first of many titles for EdgeMates, with other topics to come. The next releases are on the topic of geography. The US Capitals, North American Capitals, and World Capitals versions will be available very soon.
Located in Chicago, Illinois/USA, independent developer Bob Dronski released his first educational title in 1983. Through the years, he has developed many titles for the educational market, as well as a myriad of customized corporate sales and product training apps for the Fortune 500 market. Bob also has been a pioneer in the early days of end-user programming, even having co-authored a book on the subject. A true rarity in the business, Bob has remained a freelance and independent developer for his entire career. All Material and Software (C) 2011 Bob Dronski / All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.