Learning Japanese begins with knowing how to read and write Hiragana and Katakana.
With the JapaneseMEOW Hiragana game, you can practice this alphabet by popping the correct balloons with your cute little kitty paws. Aww!
★ How to play:
The game will start with a cloud on your screen, and will be marked with romaji. Romaji is the representation of Japanese sounds using the western, 26-letter alphabet. Matching the romaji to the correct Hiragana symbol is your job of course. Your success of landing on the right balloons will lift you further up into the sky and landing on the wrong ones will have dire consequences. If you can make it up to the top of the Tokyo Skytree, there's a rocket chair waiting for you to take you to the final destination. Buckle up!
- Reminders of which Hiragana you missed, and of course which one sent you to the ground.
- Randomized shuffling of the Hiragana balloons after every restart.
Do not play this game if you afraid of heights, cute kittens or balloons.
★ Study the Hiragana Chart before playing the game at: