***An adventure game for learning German***
***Developed for and with children***
***Based on the award-winning children's game Squirrel & Bär***
The bees are sick. Eichhörnchen and Bär (squirrel and bear) must rescue them, but the medicinal plant they need to do that is awfully far away. Also, a lynx is guarding the plant. Outside the forest, all the animals speak German. Help Eichhörnchen and Bär rescue the bees and learn German along the way.
1 real adventure, 10 forest inhabitants, 22 chapters and a vocabulary of over 900 words
* Is a real adventure game
* Are composed of a bear, a squirrel and eight other animals
* Offers more than six hours of fun
* Includes 22 re-playable chapters
* Provides two difficulty levels
* Presents more than 300 words for an active and 600 for a passive vocabulary
* Is based on the European Framework A1 for language teachers (primary school)
* Includes professional voice recordings with native speakers
* Operates entirely without texts and with intuitive control
* Entertains with fully animated characters
Die Bienenretter is:
* Ad-free and without in-app purchases
* Designed for and with children
* A first, playful interaction with the German language
* Educational and made with love and care
Start right away and learn German - even without previous language skills.
Come along! Meet the stork, the confused stag and the rats. Collect nuts and honey. Feed the badger; help the beaver clean up. Find the way out of the city and head into the snowy mountains.
Die Bienenretter is a Deutsche Welle offering based on the game Squirrel & Bär designed by the Cologne-based game studio The Good Evil GmbH (www.thegoodevil.com). The game is endorsed by the German Youth Institute.
- The German Developer Award 2014 for "Best Children's Game"
- The German children's software prize TOMMI 2014 in the category "Preschool & Kindergarten"
- The educational interactive award PAEDI 2014 for "Best Apps for Kids"
- The Giga-Maus 2014 Award for "Best Foreign Language Tutorial"
*Nominated for the German Computer Game Prize 2015 in the category "Best Children's Game"
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