May 19, 2013 in Games (F)
[prMac.com] Krasnoyarsk, Russia - Teaching a child the basics of mathematics may seem an easier task than it really turns out. Kids are barely interested in something they consider boring. So the top priority is to get them engaged into the process in the first hand.
Magic Paint takes this factor into account and puts significant emphasis into entertainment part of the education. The game recently released for Android and iOS is a nice and natural mix of a coloring album and simple and easy-to-handle math tutorial. The app is intended for kids aged 4-6 making their first steps in arithmetic. Magic Paint with Math offers three game modes each pursuing its own purpose.
The Training mode with basic math cases aims to raise a child's general skills in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division; the more advanced Triplets mode provides a kid with three digits and two operators to combine to a correct arithmetical expression; finally, the Coloring mode allows a child to color a picture by numbers thus combining creative activity with memorizing numbers and learning arithmetic operations.
Artistic graphics and intuitive controls easily capture attention of a child and never let him get bored. And by alternating arithmetic cases solving and picture coloring parents can keep their kid involved all the time.
"I made this app for my own kid so I put the best of my soul into it, trying to make it perfect", says the leading developer Artem Kotov. "Magic Paint with Math helps you teach your children addition, subtraction, multiplication and division in a playful and friendly manner. Your kid gonna like it, just like my own child did".
Pricing and availability:
Magic Paint is available for Android and iOS, both versions come in two editions: lite and full. The lite edition is free and has certain functional limitations. Full version costs $1.99 (USD).
Based in Russia, Indie developer Artem Kotov is an iOS games developer. Copyright (C) 2013 Artem Kotov. 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.