Educational Game App for iPad and iPhone Aimed at Empowerment of Children

Dec 7, 2012 -- TwoTea Applications is releasing an educational game for iPad and iPhone - "What Doesn't Belong?" Christmas Edition - that is meant to help with essential intellectual and spiritual development of children.

"What Doesn't Belong?" is a simple and fun educational brain teaser game for small and big kids based on beautiful handpicked images. The object of the game is to guess which of the six images does not belong & explain why it doesn't.

With the right approach of the parent or teacher the app becomes a great tool for speech therapy and helps develop many problem solving skills.

The beautiful images (more than 800 for now), handpicked for each level, aim to develop sense of beauty.

"Each level of 70 was created with the idea in mind of how it can benefit the child", says Alex Stacanov, app designer from TwoTea Applications. "For example there is a level about Paralympics' athletes, where the child learns about the idea of equal opportunities for all."

"All levels are positive and humorous ensuring a more enjoyable education process," - adds Alex. "To make the game outcome more effective", he says, "play it together with your children."

Changing place images make levels look like new every time you start a game. One other feature of this app, is the ability to add multiple players and have statistics for each. 

The Christmas Edition of "What Doesn't Belong?" is available for FREE! Get it from the App Store:  https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/id581614799?ls=1&mt=8

TwoTea Applications is an independent team of two developers specializing in iOS apps that help kids and adults become smarter and healthier. Go to http://twoteaapps.com for more information.  


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