Langeroo Adventures for Windows 10 adds 3 more children's games, new languages
The children's language learning game has all-new languages to learn and new ways to learn them.
Langeroo Adventures, a children's language-learning game that first hit Windows 10 in 2017, is adding a whole suite of new ways for your kids to learn in its latest update. Rolling out now for Windows 10 PC and Mobile, Langeroo Adventures version 3.0.10 adds three new games to its lineup, along with support for learning Welsh and Spanish words. And for those who have already been using the game to learn English, every word has been re-recorded for added clarity.
The most exciting piece here, however, is the addition of the new games. Langeroo Adventures already features a variety of games based around the animals that live around its in-game island, and the trio of new games add lemurs, bugs, and parrots to the mix. Here's a look at what's new:
- Bug Hill: A clever little counting game! Help the bee to count and recognise numbers from one to ten. Learn how to count in the language you are learning.
- Lemur Woods: A great little spelling game! Feed the lemur the right letters and watch him jump from tree to tree, spelling out the words you see and hear.
- Parrot Skies: A classic way to learn new words. See the picture, read and hear the words. When you're ready to move, help the parrot to burst the balloon. Parrot Skies is a great Flashcards activity.
There are also a number of bug fixes and smaller tweaks, all of which you can check out in the official release notes.
Going forward, the team behind Langeroo Adventures says that it plans on adding even more foreign languages to the mix, with the next being French. For now, you can check out all of what's new by downloading the game for free at the Microsoft Store.
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