"It's Spring Again" - an educational game for children ages two and up. It uses game mechanics to teach children about the seasons.
This game intended to develop associational and logical thinking. By following the hints, children help the seasons change. They learn the order of the seasons and create a melody for each of them with a little help from their parents and the narrator.
"It's Spring Again" is based on a successful puppet show for children ages 2 to 5, in which puppets controlled by actors showed children audience the magic of change of seasons.
The game enriches the show by allowing children to directly interact with the story.
The voice actor of the game's narrator is a wonderful actress and a musician Ekaterina Efremova. She lives in Murmanks (Russia) her whole life, performing for children and adults at puppet theaters, singing songs to a guitar and other instruments. She cooperates with musicians working in different genres, loves improvisation and is never afraid of experimenting in her art.
Recommended for very nice art, a good narrator, and the kind of interactivity that I suspect is good for its target audience. I also suspect it doesn't go into more detail than it does because of how young its target audience is, and because it might derail the point of the "story." I'm a little curious why this game has achievements. Would a target audience so young they'd benefit from something like this have an understanding of, much less a desire for them? Maybe they're for the adults. I can kind of understand the badges because of the game's art style. A valid point was made in at least one of the other reviews that not all parts of the world have these seasons. The title of the game makes it clear what seasons it's about. It would be cool, though, if there was something out there for the other seasons of the world.
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