Lost Alphabet Review
|Released:||Apr 10, 2012|
Lost Alphabet is a smart, challenging , gorgeous app for kids education. If you are looking for something really help you must try this for your kids.
Lost Alphabet, as its name tells you, is a alphabet apps for kids learning. It's for kids aged 4 years and up to consolidate their knowledge of the alphabet and improve their attention span. It's not boring as some of the education app like, it's totally interesting. It begins from a journey through Fairland to tell kids a story of the "lost alphabet". Your child will travel through this wonderful place, search for the lost letters and return all of them to the castle.
Lost Alphabet is more like a game. You kids need to collect the letters during their journey. The rules are simple: collect all the letters which the witch has hidden all over Fairyland and put each letter in its place. In this game the kids will easily control the skill to remember alphabet.
The animations and sound effects are brilliant so I beg your kids will love it! Lost Alphabet, a smart, challenging and gorgeous app for your kids!
Screenshots of Lost Alphabet
App Store Info of Lost Alphabet
**A mini-quest for kids aged 4 years and up, created to consolidate their knowledge of the alphabet and improve their attention span.
“Once upon a time, the Alphabet lived in a mysterious castle in Fairyland. But one day, a wicked witch decided to steal it…”
So begins the journey through Fairyland. Your child will travel through this wonderful place, search for the
Lost Alphabet review (iPad)
March 3, 2012
? “I’m going down to alphabet street…”
10 word description: A mini-quest for kids aged 4 years and up. (Copied from app store description)
10 word review: Charming and colourful. Letter drag/drop can be rather finicky.
You will like this if you enjoy: Games that make learning the alphabet fun (if you’re 4).
Playing educational games with your children (if you’re older than 4).
The good news: Looks very pretty. Easy to get into. Plenty of different scenes. A scoring system – good for slightly older kids (and me) who can understand the challenge of beating a game,
The bad news: Dropping letters onto the alphabet bar at the bottom of the screen occasionally gets the letter stuck outside its correct slot, where it can no longer be picked up or moved. This can be fixed by leaving that scene and returning to it, but this introduces some frustration that the game could do without.
Arcadelife verdict: I enjoyed playing this with my 4 year old son and he stuck with it for quite a while, more interested in talking about the very detailed and attractive pictures than doing the alphabet puzzle, but that’s not really important. The issues with dragging the letters and getting them stuck on the wrong part of the alphabet board (or they sometimes seem to vanish completely) needs to be sorted out; I doubt it’s a lot of work to correct it.
Overall, it’s a pretty good aid for letter identification. I’d like an option to have the hidden letters displayed in lower case instead of capitals, that would be great.
Visuals – 8.5/10
Audio – 8/10
Controls – 7/10
Content – 8/10
Fun – 7.5/10
Final rating – 78/100
|About Lost Alphabet:|
Lost Alphabet application is specially designed for little kids to help them in improving their attention span.
Once upon a time in Fairyland, one strange Alphabet was living in a mysterious castle. One evil wicked witch has planned to steal it. Thus, starts the journey of Fairyland. Let your kids explore some wonderful places from Little Red Riding Hood's glade to Mermaid Creek, while searching for lost letters.
- Cutest fairy characters
- Colorful landscapes
- Tons of puzzles to solve
- Fun-filled sounds effects
- Beautiful animations
- Professional narrator
- Peaceful environment