20 Games Like Art Academy: Lessons for Everyone!()
Hangman was one of the eleven Atari 2600 titles that were part of the second wave of games released in 1978. It is based on the old words guessing game played with paper and pen. The player msut guess which letters compose a word. Every wrong guess adds to the diagram of a man being hung, or in the case of this game, a monkey hanging from a bar. Eleven wrong guesses ends the game. Games can be played as one or two player games, and different grade levels of words. Two players can even provide the words for one another.
Basic Math (aka Fun With Numbers) is a video game cartridge developed by Atari for its Video Computer System (later known as the Atari 2600). The game was one of the nine launch titles offered when the Atari 2600 went on sale in September 1977. The player's objective is simple: solve basic arithmetic problems. Game variations determine whether the player solves addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division problems, and whether he/she could select the top number (the console randomly selects the lower number). The player uses the joystick to enter a guess, with sound effects signaling whether it is right or wrong.
Wordsplash! is a game for all ages! It's a simple timed word game currently with two modes (more to come).
Classic mode gives the player 16 random letters to play with. The timer starts at 15 seconds, and counts down to zero. Every word played adds to the player's score, and adds precious seconds to the clock!
Discover mode also starts with 16 random letters, but the player is tasked to guess the words the game has preselected. The start time here is a little more generous. Every word played adds to the score and timer. Every valid word that fits within the clues given is also rewarded!
Put on your boots and cowboy hat and head to Doodle Farm! Ever wondered what would happen if you combined a dog with a turtle? In a universe of thousands of adorable animals that allows you to breed whatever your heart desires you can find out. Start with four simple creatures and watch in wonder as you build a gigantic and fantastical animal kingdom from your bare hands (well almost bare anyway:).
The Sesame Street Muppets invite a child player for a spin on the Letter-Go-Round!. By catching and matching letters on a spinning ferris wheel, children practice recognizing and matching letters, simple spelling and word formation.
There are several types of game:
- Upper case matching;
- Lower case matching;
- Mixed case matching;
- One little word;
- What's missing?;
- Spell the secret word.
At the start of each game, one of Muppet pets brings out a letter to match or word to spell and drops it on the seesaw. A letter appears on each ferris wheel bucket and as the Letter-Go-Round spins, child player should find the right letter to match or complete a word. Child may choose and try any letter, because there is no time limit to play. When a match is made or a word is completed, Muppet pets will dance and cheer a child player to the next round of play.
The game is recommended for 1 player aged 3 to 4.