Abby Animal Games
Mac OS Education
***** Your favorite monkey is here again!
*ABBY Monkey – Games with Animals for Kids application offers you four exciting games:
1. Matching pictures
3. Find Me!
In Settings, you can adjust the letter case (uppercase/lowercase/capitalize), the length of the longest words, and the difficulty level for the game Animatch (Easy: 8 cards, Medium: 12 cards, Hard: 18 cards). Another possible adjustment is to turn on/off the reading of the tasks aloud. We recommend to have this feature enabled for children, who cannot read yet.
1. Matching Pictures.
In this game, you need to match the right animal picture to its shadow by dragging it onto the appropriate window. Each correct response will receive enthusiastic feedback from the monkey, the card will enlarge itself, and the animal will make its sound. Score is progressively calculated, with more points for answering several times correctly in a row. The game ends after three sets of rounds composed of four pairs of animals each.
When you have enabled the feature Tasks Read Aloud, the aim of the game is to tap on the picture of the animal, which was pronounced. The picture to be found is also displayed right next to the parrot, which will pronounce the task again when the child taps on the parrot.
If the feature Tasks Read Aloud is disabled in the Settings, the game transforms to a reading game, where the child needs to tap on the animal picture, whose name is displayed.
The game is completed once the child has filled the whole column or row with correct answers.
3. Find Me!
The task is to uncover the whole picture by dragging the animal picture displayed in the bottom right corner onto its written name. Once you make the correct match, a part of a hidden picture will be displayed. If you have enabled the feature Tasks Read Aloud, the child can tap on the parrot picture on each card to hear the word pronounced. The animals in the bottom right corner can be browsed through.
Animatch is a classic memory game, where you need to tap on one card, and uncover another card with the same picture. The goal is to match all cards. The name of the animal is always read aloud, so that children can better memorize the animal names. The game always has tree rounds, whose difficulty remains constant. If you want to adjust the difficulty, you need to start the app again and modify it in the Settings.
Based on our twenty-year old experience in the design of fun educational tools, we made considerable effort that this app is as appropriate and easy-to-use for this very special age category as possible. We hope that your children will enjoy it the same way our enthusiastic beta-testers did.
If you have any suggestions on how we could further improve the design, please leave us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org. We always appreciate comments on how to make our apps even better!
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