Neat little app! I found the mode where you type the name of the country to be a little flawed - I quickly found that it's easier to work out the name of the country by looking at the letters available and length of name required than it is to actually remember the flags. That part didn't help me learn much about flags! I think a harder mode that offers more redundant letters and no clue as to the length of the name would fix it. Apart from that, it does the job if you're looking to learn flags for quizzing purposes or something.
I love this game! The multiple types of exercises allow me to test my knowledge on flags in different ways and I definitely feel like I'm learning. I do have two suggestions for harder exercises: 1)typing with a full keyboard in quizzes, so that there's no hint of what the country is; 2)a multiple choice game that is made to be tricky, so only very similar choices or easily mixed up flags show up (ex: Sudan, Jordan, Kuwait and Emirates)
Meh.. Would be better if multiple choice was instant instead of waiting long time before the flags pop up. Would also be nice if you could specify learning areas..
I like it and would pay for an ad-free version. But there's one thing that's killing my learning in multiple choice. I'm mostly guessing in the second level and when I get a right answer it rolls away. I wish it had an option to require a double tap to advance to the next question . Then I have time to really look at the flag/name and cement them in my brain... find key features to link the two. Thanks
Great offline! So glad I can play when I have no wifi. Fun and educational. Never knew names or flags to half the countries til I played this. Please add more to game!!
Just one feature would make this a perfect app, split the levels up Into continents as well. This will help people learn from it better. So have the Europe challenge or the africa challenge etc.
- New features (flashcards) and major improvements.
- All game modes are available immediately and for free.
- New translations into 7 languages (Japanese, Korean, Turkish, Norwegian, Danish, Simplified Chinese, Greek).