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mythic_owl

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  1. Hello @Stefania77 It surely is effective when it comes to word memorization. In Trancelation, our language-learning game, you can create your own vocabulary lists and word packs based on your current level. You can check more information about it here: https://store.steampowered.com/app/716560/Trancelation/
  2. Hello everyone, I work for a game development company, focusing on the educational value in video games, currently working on a game that features learning languages. I do a lot of research on how people like to learn new language via newest technology, and of course first thing that comes to our minds is.. apps. There is a number of different applications to help us learn effectively and translate this knowledge into practice - speaking, reading, writing. However, only a handful of those have some kind of a gamification in it - let's say an arcade-like experience, similar to Geometry Dash games. Would you say, that such a product - a learning app disguised as a game - sounds like an interesting idea? Let's say we are targeting kids - adding value to their time, that would be spent on a videogame anyways. Or maybe you've played such a game - it would be cool if you could share it here. :) Anyways, looking forward to your opinions! Piotr, MythicOwl
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