F.A.Q./Troubleshooting - http://www.kangenius.com/app/kanjidrop/data/faq.html
Blocks with Japanese Kanji on them fall and you try to eliminate them by forming words and and activating kanji-related powerups by combining them into more complex Kanji. It's a great way to learn kanji for beginners, a fun alternative to flashcards for advanced learners as you can import your Anki, WaniKani, and Koohii decks, and a fun game overall! :D
Tired of playing games where you spend a lot of time - a LOT of time - and have nothing to show for it? You compare yourself before and after and you're just ... less bored. Well, if you'd rather spend your time more productively and have fun, try KanGenius Japanese Kanji Drop where you - yes, YOU - can learn how to read Japanese without any effort at all!
Japanese kanji are the ideograms found in Japanese that are kind of like letters, but represent an idea, like gold, fish, sun, etc.! Now learn them in this falling block puzzle kanji game where you'll find emoji to help you learn kanji, POWERUPS that relate to the kanji, and a fully functional glossary. You can even narrow down your learning list to kanji from the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) Levels 1 to 5! You can even review kanji from your text book lesson - Nakama, Genki, & Tobira! You can also play in a learning mode with more time between kanji! Learning kanji has never been easier or more fun!
Learn Japanese kanji by dropping blocks to make kanji and words! Make kanji from their parts and words from other kanji! Blow them up by making words or filling your limit meter and they all EXPLODE!
Learn all Japanese jouyou kanji for fun or proficiency. Every time you make a word or kanji, its meaning is spoken and you also hear the pronunciation of words. You also learn how to make kanji from their parts, just like in Remembering the Kanji, Vol. 1, by James Heisig. You can find a story from that book as well as animated stroke order diagrams and a list of your favorite kanji.
Open to all skill levels! It starts off easy and gives you hints when you're stuck. Keep playing and you'll find yourself recognizing more and more kanji!
[Note: Please set Text-to-Speech Engine to Google Text-to-Speech Engine to hear spoken Japanese under Language and Input in device settings - more at the Frequently Asked Questions (F.A.Q.) http://www.kangenius.com/app/kanjidrop/data/faq.html]