Do you want a unique new game for your children to play on their iPad or iPhone? From the makers of Trunky Learns Letters, in the top 10 list of educational games in over 10 countries around the world, including the US, and countries around Scandinavia and the Middle East, comes the latest game: Trunky Fishing Game!
Remember that fishing game toy we all played as kids? It was first made by the McLoughlin Brothers back in 1890. Many generations later, that toy is still going strong! Now, we have brought it to iPads and iPhones so you can share it with your children.
We have seen the excitement in children's eyes as they played the Trunky Fish Game. They used all possible limbs and toes to drag the fish into their buckets! Not only is there a fun fishing mode, but also an educational mode where the player hunts for the right letter, number or color.
To ensure the game is not too easy, there are some fun challenges. The clock is ticking! You must catch all the fish before your time runs out. Also, you need to time your fish capture with the gaping mouth of the fish! If the fish is not ready to be caught, you will scare it away and have to wait to finish the challenge! If that's not enough, then you can spin the pond to make the fish even harder to catch.
What's really neat about this game, is that you can even play it with a friend in the two player mode. Experience tells us, though, that soon, the whole family will be joining in and playing the game!
The idea for Trunky started years ago with an ambition to develop fun learning games to educate young children in an engaging way. The award-winning team's vision was nurtured by years of experience making games for teachers, parents and kids with powerful learning and educational content. Do watch out for more games coming your way!
- US English, German, Arabic, Swedish and Danish (Dutch, French and Russian follows soon)
Trunky Fishing Game 1.0 is $1.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.
via PR Mac