Archive | November 4, 2012

Apple features Montessori Letter Sounds now on available on iPhone

4 Nov

Les Trois Elles Interactive today announced that their Award Winning phonics app, Montessori Letter Sounds was chosen by Apple to be featured in their New & Noteworthy selection. An ideal app for preschoolers and first graders, Montessori Letter Sounds is itself based on the Montessori Method and teaches phonics, letter sounds, and not letter names. The application is divided in 4 games. Montessori Letter Sounds received a Gold Medal from the Parents’ Choice Foundation in September 2012.

Bloxy HD – 50+ bricks to light up kids’ imagination

4 Nov

Award-winning educational iOS app developer, Next is Great introduces Bloxy HD 1.0, its new open-ended creative app developed for iOS devices. Bloxy HD allows kids aged 5-12 to build their own worlds using 3d bricks and mini-figures. Little constructors can make use of more than 50 3D bricks and 14 mini-figures, great range of bricks colors, textures and backgrounds to create worlds of their own. From vehicles and buildings to landscapes and interiors, the possibilities are endless.

Bangalore developer releases Falling Posters on iTunes App Store

4 Nov

Bangalore based indie developer, Kumar Bhaskar introduces Falling Posters 1.0, his new gaming title developed for iOS. Falling Posters features a new concept wherein posters flying across the screen can be nailed by simply tapping on them. The game boasts of two levels. The easier level lets users get familiar with the gameplay and the harder one exposes them to tougher poster formations. Falling Posters supports Game Center and keeps track of player scores.