Language skills are enhanced by recognition of alphabets sequence; forming simple words; and placing the words in a sentence. Alphabet bugs crawling all over the screen challenge the mind as the player has to recognize the sequences quickly.
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Description: Alpha Catcher helps children develop language skills through play. Designed well the game has three levels: the first introduces kids to alphabets; then to simple words; and last to sentences. The player has to in the game find sequences of alphabets, recognize words and form them and create sentences. The alphabets are designed like bugs that crawl all over the screen and the player has to catch the bugs sequentially
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Flash Lite 1.1 with SVG-Tiny support Macromedia has released version 1.1 of its Flash Lite player, targeted at mobile phones and smartphones. Flash Lite supports a subset of the proprietary Flash vector-based animation system, widely used on ...
Macromedia releases Flash Player for Linux Macromedia today announced the immediate availability of their Flash Player 7 for Linux. The software will be bundled with Linux operating systems distributed by Novell, Red Hat, Sun Microsystems, and Turbolinux said the San Francisco-based company in a .