"Ships for Kids: Full Sail" - this educational game for kids and toddlers with a stunning set of ships, boats and other water vehicles!Your child dreams of becoming a captain of a pirate ship? He loves sea and marine adventures? Then he likes to play with the little boats in the pool.While playing, the kid will get acquainted with different types of ships, to learn to distinguish colors and shapes, will train the memory, develop reaction and logical thinking.
There are lot of interesting tasks in our educational game. Among them are not just puzzles, sorting and memo, but also a lot of exciting adventures: to repair the submarine, to extinguish the fire and save the drowning beetles on the rescue boat, solve logic puzzles, carry beetles through the maze, paint burned lighthouse, carry cars on the ferry, find the pirate treasures, repair a broken engine, make friends with octopus, frogs and ducks, escape from harmful mosquitoes and lot more. And in the end the young players get confetti and applause - kids love them so!
And its not just a game for boys, for girls it will be just as interesting - very nice graphics, cheerful voice and a lot of funny animations will make unforgettable time spent in the game.
All the ships in the game is interactive. Push on the arrow and drive it just like a race car.
This "Ships for Kids: Full Sail" is developed by Thematica together with the childrens teachers and is suitable for even the toddlers. Teaching children through the game from a young age (from 1 year) stimulates the development of memory, attention, fine motor skills and speech. After the game, you can consolidate the knowledge, go to the sea port, in the river station, or simply opening an encyclopedia with pictures, to show the baby pictures and photos of ships once again. This will help your child learn more about the world around us.
In the app you’ll find 7 interesting ships:- Container ship- LNG carrier- Ferry- Tugboat- Sailing ship- Fireboat- Water taxi
Features:- An educational app for children aged 3+- The development of logic and spatial reasoning- Memory training, development of attention and fine motor skills- An opportunity to deal with difficult situations- An easy and intuitive interface