iPad English Fly - fly with your english, fly with fun!

Discussion in 'iPhone and iPad Games' started by marnasa, Aug 4, 2012.

  1. marnasa

    marnasa Well-Known Member

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    Download:
    http://itunes.apple.com/app/id535094402?mt=8

    English Fly is a fun action type word game. It challenges your spelling database, and allows you to fly with fun to discover new words you never think of.

    Features:
    * Simple swipe control and simple game rule

    * Addictive game elements enabling learning by gaming

    * Provides a word list table (with pronunciation and dictionary lookup capability) for you to revise words and discover new words, help to boost your English to a new level

    * Nearly 20,000 words database for you to explore

    * Game Center support for you to compete with other players

     

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  2. marnasa

    marnasa Well-Known Member

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    Any feedback on this game please?
     
  3. visionwebs

    visionwebs Well-Known Member

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    Hello, I just downloaded and spent a few minutes on your app.

    It's good enough for what it is.

    Most people won't be able to tell from the majority of my posts here but I have taught English before in South Korea, If I ever went back there again this is the sort of app I would want for students to mess around with.

    I think with two or three people it could be a fairly decent foreign language learning tool, it Is basic but that is exactly what you want.

    I would suggest rewording "discover words you never think of" to "discover words you never thought of. This would suggest that people may be able to pick up new words that they have not been taught before. Having it as think of doesn't quite sit right for me.

    However, as I said I think it could be used as a semi-professional tool which I will be adding to my bag of tricks, so to speak.

    I'm thinking of a conversational English lesson, would do very well.

    The line drawing aspect of it adds a layer of "fun" I know a few Korean friends that would find some good entertainment out of that.

    On that note, it would be wonderful if you could make a Korean version of this app (slightly biased from from my personal experience I know but there it is.) I would use that for sure.
     
  4. marnasa

    marnasa Well-Known Member

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    We appreciate very much your nice comments.

    We are now making an update of the app, and hope to make the app better by incorporating users' comments. We do believe that, by utilizing mobile devices, learning by gaming (edutainment) is a good learning strategy.
     

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