Shapez Match: An Addictive, Educational Shape Matching Game for iPhone
July 21, 2011 in Education
[prMac.com] Malmo, Sweden - Partly Cloudy today is pleased to introduce Shapez Match 1.0, which is an addictive and educational shape matching game for kids (ages 1-7). Much like traditional shape-sorting toys the objective of the game is to match the shapes to the correct hole. Shapez Match has four different themes; regular, gravity, anti-gravity and numbers. Each theme has six different levels allowing your child to build up their matching skills in fun and educational ways.
Shapez Match was developed with an educational and fun learning environment in mind; each theme tests children's shape matching skills and rewards them with a colorful, fun experience. Shapez Match even allows the parents to control the sensitivity, music level and sound effects level to customize to their desired age and noise level requirements.
Who is Partly Cloudy? Partly cloudy is about colliding interaction design and service design into the development of unique and engaging experiences for all. We are based in Malmo, Sweden. Please visit our website.
* Compatible with all iOS devices
* Requires iOS 3.1 or later
* 15.7 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Shapez Match is available in a free and paid version. You can get the paid version for free this week only worldwide through the App Store in the Education category.
Partly Cloudy is about colliding interaction and service design into the development of unique and engaging experiences for all. We design interactions and services, innovative concept development and prototyping of concepts. This also includes; interface & user experience design and evaluating designs with users. Partly Cloudy is Matthew Goble and Aaron Mullane. Copyright (C) 2011, Partly Cloudy, 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.
Partly Cloudy is Matthew Goble and Aaron Mullane:
Matthew Goble holds a Masters in Interaction Design from K3, Malmo University, Sweden. Matthew worked for several years in the greater Chicago-land area as a graphic designer, senior art director and photo art director. Aaron Mullane holds a Master in Interaction Design from K3, Malmo University, Sweden. He has published several short papers in IXD before gaining professional experience in various IxD based projects using various evaluation methodologies on large-scale sites and system applications.