December 28, 2010 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] Seoul, South Korea - Nate Games, an innovative emerging mobile developer focused on games for the mobile marketplace, has today announced the recent release of Let's Find It for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This entertaining educational app teaches foreign users of any background new English words as well as their correct pronunciations in a creative and engaging way. The perfect app to help non-native English speakers discover the language, Let's Find It is currently available for download on the iTunes App Store.
This app was developed with the singular purpose of teaching new English words to foreign language speakers in a way that equal parts entertaining and enlightening. Users interact with a cute cartoon monster who gives them directions to find various objects. At the start of each game numerous random objects are scattered around the game's playing field, after which the game's monster tells players what it is looking for and waits for them to find it. Let's Find It's unique written and audio services help users identify and correctly pronounce new words, expanding their English lexicon and subsequently their understanding of the language as a result.
Let's Find It includes a variety of customizable and interactive features to ensure that users stay continually entertained as they learn new words through the game. Players are able to choose three unique background themes - along with two additional themes offered as part of the game's update pack. Simply to add an extra entertainment element to the app, users simply shake their mobile device around in the air to scatter the grouped objects at the beginning of each game before they begin playing. Sporting a colorfully vibrant cartoon aesthetic and a well executed language learning system, Let's Find It proves that learning English can be an experience that's as fun as it is educational.
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