20 Games Like My Word Coach()
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.
From the makers of My Word Coach, this educational game teaches Spanish through mini-games, and evaluates your progress.
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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.
Word Fun was developed in conjuction with the Children's Television Workshop, and features three different word based educational games. The games are:
This game is similar to Scrabble. Each player is given seven letters from which they need to form words on the game board. On each turn the player can create words either horizontally or vertically, and must use one (or more) of the existing letters on the board. Points are earned depending on the word created, and at the end of 20 turns the player with the most points wins!
In this game each player controls a monkey in a letter forest. Each monkey must collect letters from the forest to spell three words within the given time limit. When both monkeys are complete, points are awarded for the words spelled and the highest score wins!
In this game the players control a rocket capable of collecting and shooting vowels upwards. On the top of the screen, various words which are missing vowels will float by and each player needs to try to fire an appropriate vowel into the empty space. The first player who can complete 50 words wins!
Meet Margot, the new video game queen of word play! Margot has devised a set of six fiendish and compelling word-based puzzles to test your vocabulary, spelling, and general vocabulary skills. No two games will ever be the same as you wrack your brain against the clock to create words from randomly generated letters in order to score maximum points!
Each puzzle presents a unique challenge, and players will have to master them all to become the ultimate Word Brain. Puzzle examples - Word Mine, Word Link, and Word Safe.
Word Brain mode pits the player against all six of the games in succession. Their score is recorded so players can track their progression as they play again and again.
Easy to use menus and gameplay make Margot's Word Brain a game that is accessible to gamers of all ages and experience levels.
Game tracks high scores so players can compare and compete with friends.
This language skills educational game allows you to create original crossword puzzles using word clues or 185 illustrations which can be used to as picture clues. After entering the clues you can randomly generate puzzles that you can solve yourself or play against Mickey (hard), Donald (medium) or Goofy (easy). The game features bonus and super bonus points, more than 20 musical tunes and a fireworks display for the winner. You can also print your creations using Disney backgrounds or borders, including such characters as Dumbo, Peter Pan, Snow White and many more. Picture menu bars guides you through both the game and the tools for creating and printing out puzzles.
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.
Mario's Early Years! Preschool Fun is an educational developed for children under six years of age. The game is set around a group of islands, where each island teaches a different subject to the players. Part of the Mario's Early Years educational series, Preschool Fun is different from the others because it doesn't specialize in a specific subject. Instead, it teaches about the body, shapes, animal noises, counting, opposites, and colors. However, several of the activities share the common theme of following instructions. This was the last of three educational games to be released.