GeoFlight France: Learning French Geography made easy and fun
Current Version: 1.2
Last Updated: 2 years ago
Download Size: 43.7 MB - Download
Climb aboard and get ready to fly - because GeoFlight France will take you to the skies in a geographical adventure! This award-winning game brings the world to your fingertips... literally!
Can you name all 22 regions? How about 100 cities? Could you correctly guess the names of 22 capitals?
GeoFlight France is a fun, addictive, challenging and educational geography game that will push your brain to its limit! Soar through the sky and learn the names and locations of regions, cities and capitals in a game like no-other!
This fun learning experience will teach you everything you need to know! Say goodbye to boring quizzes and say hello to a better and interactive way to learn! Increase your speed and fly to the correct locations - will you make it there in time?
So jet off on an airborne adventure in three exciting game modes:
1) Practice Mode
Learn the regions, capitals and cities in Practice Mode and improve your knowledge of the country!
Race against the clock and name as many destinations as possible in Timerace. Get hints to help you along the way and work your way up the leaderboard - can you achieve the top spot and beat your friends’ highscores?
3) Multiple Choice
Take up the challenge and give as many correct answers as possible in the Multiple Choice Questions mode!
GeoFlight France is designed for the whole family! Whether you are a geography-geek or a rookie - GeoFlight France will be fun, entertaining and undeniably mind-bending!
- Award-winning geography game
- Fun, addictive and challenging gameplay for kids and adults alike!
- Soar past nearly 100 cities and 22 capitals in all 22 regions!
- Three exciting game modes to play: Practice, Timerace and Multiple Choice Questions!
- Play in English, Dutch, German, French or Spanish!
- No advertisements or in-app purchases!
- Small bug fixes
More Reviews for Current Version
Unhelpful - This primitive app provides almost no information. It simply poses questions and then scores your response either right or wrong. In the case of a wrong answer there is no indication of why it was wrong or what was the correct answer. Worse, there is no way to find out the correct answer. The app could be greatly improved if it simply included a master map with all of the cities and regions identified. Without this information the only way to find the correct answer is to keep guessing until you get lucky. There are also bugs. For example: sometimes you can select a town correctly and the app will not respond. The idea is sound but the execution leaves a lot to be desired.