Metamorphabet

4.6
204 reviews
5K+
Downloads
Teacher Approved
Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

Metamorphabet is a playful, interactive alphabet for all ages. Poke, prod, drag, and spin each of the 26 letters of the alphabet to reveal surprising and luminous transformations.

• Over 90 words, each pronounced in a clear, gentle voice
• Responsive, easy-to-use interface is ideal for kids
• Adults will enjoy Metamorphabet's fluid interactions and gorgeous visuals

NOTE: All words, spellings and pronunciations are American-style English.

"The first video game I'll let my four-year-old kid play all by herself." - Kotaku

"Metamorphabet might just be the perfect introduction to touchscreens... Unlike most educational games, it's more playful than instructive, more of a toy than a textbook." - Verge

"An odd and playful little toy that you'll keep tapping, touching, and twisting." - Pocket Gamer

"I was surprised at just how easy it was for my son to play with this app. He immediately took to it." - The Dadcade
Updated on
Jul 9, 2020

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Ratings and reviews

4.6
204 reviews
Jay Salisbury
April 28, 2021
I was hoping it'd be toddler friendly, but he got frustrated real quick. I'd rate it higher if there was a hint option, or a visual cue. Sitting there trying to play it with him and watching him get upset because a lot of the transitions are slow and you don't know -when- to try and explore.
18 people found this review helpful
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Vectorpark
April 28, 2021
Hey Jay, I’m sorry the experience wasn’t what you were hoping for! Metamorphabet does have a different pace than most kids’ games. If it doesn’t grow on you and you’d like your purchase refunded just drop me an email at vectorpark@gmail.com and I‘ll sort it out.
Jamie Jackson
July 5, 2020
This was my toddlers first ever experience playing a video game and we both thoroughly enjoyed it. Intuitive controls that reward exploration and experimentation. It took many sessions for him to work his way through the whole alphabet all the while learning and having fun. It's so rare to find a good quality children's game without a constant barrage of microtransactions and advertisements flooding the screen every few minutes. I'd thoroughly recommend this to any other parents of toddlers.
52 people found this review helpful
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JSB
January 12, 2019
Not sure what the fuss is about, words are not so common, animations are limited and not terribly responsive, which get kids usually stuck in frustration as they don't have the patience to really find out if he should tap or move or swipe, then things becomes chaotic. And since no one could help out with what he was supposed to do with the "J" we gave up. I tried on a different (and worst) phone, and it looks like our J issue was a bug (even though I restarted the game a few times). I'm past caring. For us waste of money.
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Vectorpark
July 8, 2020
I’ve just updated the app to address fix bug where “J” was freezing on some devices. I’m sorry you had a frustrating experience. If Google did not refund your purchase please email me at vectorpark@gmail.com and I will do so manually.

What's new

This update fixes audio and interaction bugs that caused Metamorphabet to slowdown or freeze on some devices. Everything should run much more smoothly now. If you experience any difficulties or encounter any bugs, please email me at vectorpark@gmail.com and I'll do my best to help.