Minsk, Belarus – Igromatic today is pleased to announce Magic Sorter 1.1 for iPad, an update to their children’s matching and sorting Game that features shape, silhouette, size, puzzle, and color matching. With a nautical theme, Magic Sorter’s Sea Tales takes young players on an under-the-sea themed adventure in object identification and matching. Featuring easily manipulated objects, bight colors, engaging artwork, clever animations, and vibrant music, Shape Sorter will capture the imagination of young gamers everywhere. The app also supports the Retina display on the New iPad.
Magic Sorter features 5 sea-themed games that target important early cognitive and developmental skills, such as fine motor coordination, cause and effect, color, size, shape, and object recognition. In The Shape game, players match 9 simple shapes with their corresponding placeholders. Brightly colored shapes are easily manipulated through finger swipes on the screen. A happy musical tone tells players when they have placed the shape in the correct spot. A gentle horn tone indicates that the shape is not placed correctly. The incorrect shape drifts back to the shape pile, giving players another chance to move the shape to the correct spot. When all of the shapes are placed correctly, players are rewarded with one of a number of short musical animation clips of dancing and instrument-playing sea creatures in an under-the-sea wonderland.
Additional games include the Silhouette game where players place 9 sea creatures in their matching silhouettes and the Size game where players match a sea creature according to 7 different sizes. In the Size game, players may choose from 7 unique animals to match sizes. The Color game instructs players to match 6 octopuses of varying colors with the corresponding colored coral or plant. The Puzzle game beckons gamers to solve 6 simple puzzles to discover sea creature pictures. Successful completion of each game in Magic Sorter features a reward of one of a number of engaging animated, musical sea creature videos.
Magic Sorter makes use of the unique finger dragging capabilities of the iPad, making this a game that can be played by even the youngest of players. Each game starts with a very clear instructions. Kids see what successful completion of the game looks like before the game begins, eliminating any confusion on what the child should do to complete the game. Since there is no language skills used in the game, the game is appropriate for speakers of any language.
Igromatic has taken great care to protect the privacy of young users. Parents can be assured of the safety of their children with Magic Sorter, as is does not contain any external links or advertisements, nor does it collect any data on users. Magic Sorter provides young children with hours of engaging, educational fun.
* Fun and educational game for young children
* 5 unique sea-themed games target cognitive and developmental skills
* Match by shapes, colors, animals, and size
* Vibrant music and gentle tones guide players
* Animated musical videos reward users
* Retina display support on the New iPad
“Magic Sorter is an under-sea sorting and matching adventure for children,” stated Igromatic’s Svetlana Korneliuk. “Learn shapes, colors, size and more with a musical band of sea creatures, in this must-have app for children.”
* Compatible with iPad
* Requires iOS 4.1 or later
* 42.2 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Magic Sorter 1.1 is $1.99 (USD) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category. Review copies are available on request.
Based in Minsk, Belarus, Igromatic was founded in 2007. Igromatic creates educational and entertaining applications for kids that take the mobile platform to a new level, using mobile devices to educate and engage children in an innovative and interactive way. Their products are designed to accelerate the development of children in preschool, kindergarten, and elementary grades and focus on development of their cognitive, social, motor abilities and learning skills. They create educational experiences that can be combined with traditional learning methods. Copyright (C) 2007-2012 Igromatic. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.