Developer: Tizio BV
Current Version: 1.0
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Download Size: 81.9 MB - Download
Letter Dino teaches kids the letters of the alphabet in a fun and playful way.
"It is not only great fun, but an excellent resource to prepare for reading readiness in young children." - iPad App Reviews
They can navigate the little dino in the 3D world by pointing in the direction where you want to go and tap with two fingers to jump.
Explore Dino's world, with lots of fun things to do to help, plus play some games while visiting.
Step in the shoes of little Dino and help citizens of Dinoworld solve their letter problems!
Children can move freely in Dinoworld and help other Dino's with their small problems with letters.
Interactive mini games are designed to teach your children about the alphabet, the correct sounds and the recognition of letters.
Each game is different and will entertain and teach child to the fullest potential. Nice playful music, rich and colorful 3D environments and cute dino's will ensure that your child will have a blast playing this educational game! And don’t forget the sticker book to record all levels they achieved.
* 3D: A colorful 3D world where your children can move freely and do what ever they want!
* Simple: Simple controls which are very easy to learn!
* Collectibles: Your children can collect stickers to fill in their scrapbook!
* Educational: Four mini games to teach your children about the alphabet!
* Fun: Many dinos in the scene need help, maybe you can help them!
* Dubbed: The dialogs in the game are spoken!
* Music: Fun, playful music to elevate the mood of every child!
* Options: Choose between three difficulties and between phonics and normal letters!
Most Helpful Reviews
Great idea but poor execution - Seemed like a great app at first but the details start to wear on you. Our biggest gripe is that we have not been able to find out how to close or quit the game! My 6-year-old and I sat there for a good 10 minutes trying to figure out how to get out and close the game, and had to end up doing a force-quit to exit! In addition, the layout of the environments is tedious - much too large for the lack of detail it has, and shapes and textures seem overly blocky….I know it’s not a PS3-level experience but the graphics looked like it was 10 years old. Many of the tasks/missions weren’t necessarily that intuitive and son was often wondering what he was supposed to do. Again, an ok app at first but this one hardly gets played with these days.