January 12, 2015 in Games (F)
[prMac.com] Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation - Vitaliy Chepkov has announced the release and immediate availability of Whiz Kid: Puzzles 1.3, the update for his puzzle game for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. Designed for kids 5 years and under, Whiz Kid: Puzzles features highly detailed, hand-drawn pictures that are divided into puzzles that children can solve.
There are three thematic groups of puzzles: Happy Farm, City Life, and Birthday. With the update we added a new picture and a new pattern to solve. Now children can choose to solve each puzzle at 5 different levels of difficulty, from simple to complex, to challenge themselves.
After selecting the difficulty level and the picture they would like to solve, kids are shown the illustration in black and white. Displayed on the right side of the screen in a slot are several colored pieces of the puzzle. The child must drag-and-drop the puzzle piece into the correct location upon the picture. Once the correct location is selected, the puzzle piece is set and another piece of the puzzle drops into the slot.
* Colorful and comfortable User Interface
* Designed for kids 5 and under
* Hand-drawn pictures arranged into thematic groups
* 3 different packs to choose from: Happy Farm, City Life, and Birthday
* Levels of difficulty to challenge child
* Improves hand-eye coordination
* Trains child how to compare parts of a whole
* Develops fine motor skills and cultivates patience
* Strengthens language skills
* Encourages logical and creative thinking
* Fosters independent play
Whiz Kid: Puzzles help children develop several useful skills, such as hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, and problem-solving. The app also encourages logical and creative thinking and cultivates patience. Children can learn how to compare parts of a whole and strengthen their language skills. Most importantly, Whiz Kid: Puzzles can foster independent play and develop the child's intelligence.
"We had three major goals when we were designing Whiz Kid: Puzzles 1.3," explains Tanya Chepkova of Vitaliy Chepkov. "First, the game had to be simple enough so that a three-year-old child could easily master and play it alone. Second, the game had to be appealing enough to keep little ones engaged for some time. Finally, the game had to teach something or develop vital skills or abilities. Whiz Kid: Puzzles successfully meets our criteria on all levels. We also think parents will appreciate how Whiz Kid: Puzzles can be a fun activity that children can play by themselves.
She adds, "We are planning to add more pictures to each pack and to develop new visual effects in the updates. Additional packs are also in the works and will be coming soon. Whiz Kid: Puzzles is available for both iOS devices and Mac. Treat your child with a new colorful puzzle game that will keep them busy with fun tasks and bright pictures!"
* English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
* iPhone, iPad or iPod touch
* Requires iOS 7.0 or later
* 84.7 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Whiz Kid: Puzzles 1.3 is free to download and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category. The first pack is free and additional packs are available as an in-app purchased for $0.99 (USD). Whiz Kid: Puzzles is also available for Mac OS X.
Based in Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation, Vitaliy Chepkov is an independent developer with profound experience in the PC game industry. Whiz Kid: Puzzles is his second app for iOS and Mac OS, targeted at a wide audience of kids under 5 and their loving parents. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2015 Vitaliy Chepkov. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.