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Crypto Hex is an abstract puzzle game about spatial reasoning. As you fill the hexes they collapse. You need to collapse enough hexes to activate the exit and complete each puzzle.
Crypto Hex's puzzles are designed to teach you the rules step by step. Each puzzle require you to discover something new. After the basic concepts have been demonstrated the levels branch out along different paths. Each path focusing on a new concept.
There are over 70 puzzles to solve, later puzzles introduce new rules.
A completely unique style using abstract vector graphics.
An additional challenge to attempt after completing each basic puzzle. The additional challenges introduce a unique mechanic not seen anywhere else in the game. There's no hand holding when attempting the additional challenge, you'll have to experiment to learn the rules.
For the hardcore audience, once you've completed the additional challenge you can compete online for the highest scoring solutions to each puzzle. The first players to find a new high score will have their name posted alongside their sore in the puzzle.
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.
Kanji training game.
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.
Michael English Daibouken is an educational game where the character of Michael, an orange cat, teaches kittens the various letters in the English language as well as some English vocabulary. Michael has to catch floating letters in order to spell out English words, while avoiding the incorrect letters. The game has various different backdrops, including space.
The character of Michael comes from the Japanese serial manga strip "What's Michael", created by Makoto Kobayashi which might be considered analogous to Garfield, due to them both being orange cats. It varies between observing goofy pet behavior to more abstract tales of fantasy with anthropomorphized versions of the animal characters.