October 14, 2011 in Education (E)
[prMac.com] Copenhagen, Denmark - UpsideDown Games has announced the upcoming release of Trunky Learns Letters, a fun new educational app for kids to practice spelling. Trunky, the cute elephant, collects letters while running through the forest while avoiding perilous turtles and trying to catch bonus flowers, all in an effort to spell words. It gradually becomes more challenging both in game play and target words.
Trunky, the elephant, needs your help to retrieve his beloved cake that got away. As he chases his cake through the forest, he practices spelling words. Targeted for early readers, the game begins with smaller words and gradually moves on to practicing Dolch sight words, which are crucial for proper reading development.
Jump! Look out! Aaah turtles! Help Trunky collect letters for each of the words he gets in Trunky Learns Letters while dashing out of trouble's way! You can choose from 3 levels of difficulty and feel your skills improve.
Trunky Learns Letters is only the beginning of the fun educational games coming up from our award-winning team. Do watch out for more games coming your way! Wishing you the best from UpsideDown Games, and hoping you will be as excited about this new game as we are.
You can expect Trunky Learns Letters to be available on iTunes and Android from October 17th, 2011 for just $1.99 ($2.99 for the Danish version). For a preview, check out our video or visit UpsideDown online. If you would like a promo code, you can always email us.
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