November 23, 2013 in Announcements (F)
[prMac.com] San Mateo, California - Family-friendly games and app developer Selectsoft is offering the app Inline Skating for Beginners for the Mac App Store(SM) for just $4.99. Inline Skating for Beginners features video lessons from an expert that will teach you fundamental moves and more! This special price will be available November 23 and 24 in the Mac App Store(SM) in the Sports category.
About Inline Skating for Beginners:
Want to join the skaters on the streets but don't know how? Get expert advice with these step-by-step video lessons, then strap on your skates and discover the exhilaration and freedom of inline skating. Learn all about the sport, from equipment to advanced techniques that professionals use.
The app uses an intuitive videobook format that lets you quickly navigate with the swipe of a finger. Users read along with the text while watching the videos, then take a fun quiz to find out what they've learned.
Featured topics include:
* Fundamental moves and practice techniques
* Overview of equipment
* Expert instructions
* Learn at your own pace
* Covers turns, falls, glides, stops and more
Inline Skating for Beginners is a fun way learn how to skate with the help of a professional. The special $4.99 sale price is a limited time offer that will be available November 23 and 24 only.
Selectsoft is a division of MPS Multimedia Inc., a privately-held CD-ROM software distributor in business since 1992. Headquartered in San Mateo, California, Selectsoft is a leading developer of family-friendly games and apps, creating best-selling games for iOS, Nintendo DSi(TM) and Wii(TM), Android, Mac and PC. It's also one of the largest independent publishers of PC and Mac software, featuring licensed content from Broderbund, Disney, The Learning Company and many more. For almost 20 years, Selectsoft has been dedicated to providing affordable, fun entertainment for the whole family. Copyright (C) 1992-2013 Selectsoft. 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.