20 Games Like Education Series: General Knowledge Builder(TBA)
My First Amazing World Explorer is an educational travel game, developed and published by DK Multimedia. It functions both as a virtual atlas and as an exploration tool. The player travels the world, collecting stamps from every country visited, whilst learning about different nations.
Kanji training game.
A kanji education game.
A.J's World of Discovery is an educational game aimed at young kids. It allows them to play various mini games such as an Arknanoid clone, a picture editor, sticker book, Matchbox car racing, jigsaw puzzles etc etc. A fun way to learn English and Maths.
Math fun is an educational game which can be played by one or two players. Each player controls a gorilla which is wandering through the jungle. As the gorilla walks on, it will encounter a creature which has a math problem with it. You need to enter in the correct answer to the problem as quickly as possible. If you get the answer correct, your gorilla may continue on. If you get the answer wrong, then your gorilla must jump into the river. Your gorilla is unable to leave the river and continue on until you answer another math problem correctly. The goal is to correctly answer as many of the problems as you can in the shortest amount of time. The game includes eighteen different levels of difficulty which can be set individually for each player.
Improve your English skills in a simple and fun way with English Training: Have Fun Improving Your Skills when it launches across Europe on Nintendo DS on 13th October 2006. It is perfect for anyone who hasn’t had the time, money or self-confidence to go on a course.
The main menu of the game is a scrolling two-dimensional computer animation of Sesame Street hosted by Telly Monster. He follows the player as they choose what doors to go into for different games. Locations include Big Bird's nest, Snuffy's cave (which is depicted here as located behind the courtyard), and Ernie and Bert's apartment.
As with its companion Numbers, this game features posthumous voice-over work by Jim Henson as Ernie and Kermit the Frog. A special thanks message to Henson is seen at the end credits.