-Manage fencing bout scores
-Add or delete scores easily
-Use automatic or manual reset
-Vibration on time out
-Support English and spanish languages
You can flick the ball with your fingers, by putting your finger on the basketball and flicking in the direction you want. The power is based on the speed of the flick. Basketball is placed on the screen and you need to flick the ball and score the required baskets before timeout is reached.
Finger Basketball is the based of Hoops games on Android. Finger Basketball is completely free basketball to entertain from kids to adults. Big fan of Basketball and Hoops? This is your game. Basketball toss is the best way to win the levels.
Play your favorite basketball game with fingers. Shoot the hoops and win the levels over. As the levels increase, difficulty levels increases turning you into pro. Don't worry about the basketball stats, they are right on screen in easy to read mode as you focus on game play.
Want to be a Pro basketball player? This is the game for you. Best basketball shoot out game.
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Proceeds from sales benefit the Japanese Bilingual/Bicultural Program (JBBP) at Rosa Parks Elementary School in San Francisco. A public K-5 school.
Realistic sound effects put you in the spirit of the Kendo 剣道, meaning "Way of The Sword", a modern Japanese martial art of sword-fighting descended from traditional swordsmanship (kenjutsu) which originated with the samurai class of feudal Japan.
Men-bu, the top head protector.
Kote-bu, wrist protector.
Do-bu, the armor that protects the torso.
Tsuki-bu, the throat (tsuki-dare).
This is a companion game to Finger Kendo, the single player match simulator.
Kendo (剣道 kendō), meaning "Way of The Sword," is a modern Japanese sport/martial art, which descended from traditional swordsmanship (kenjutsu) and uses bamboo swords (shinai), and protective armour (bōgu).
Walk to the center of an open field and the virtual targets will be randomly placed around you. Touch screen to send out a sound. Listen with headphones for the echo to find directional cues to the targets. Tweet your best time after finding all six.
Collection of simple interactive scenes that encourage touchscreen exploration.
Children are innately curious. They want to touch, smell, taste, see, and listen to everything. They want to talk, they want to imitate, they want to explore. And the more they learn, the more they want to learn. Because young children are so open to environmental influences, it is important to encourage this exploration so that they become active, rather than passive, learners.