Antura and the Letters

4.9
861 reviews
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

Learning becomes an adventure with Antura, the fun-loving dog. Catch living letters hidden around the world, while solving puzzles and earning gifts along the way. With Antura, kids will be able to easily develop their language skills as they progress through the game one step at a time. You don’t need internet access to play, so your child can learn anywhere!

Winner of several international awards, Antura and the Letters is a free mobile game that mixes the best of entertainment technology with practical educational content to give kids, ages 5-10, an engaging learning experience. It was created to help children that are not able to attend schools, mainly from Syria, Afghanistan and Ukraine, but any child can easily play and learn with Antura.

This original Arabic project was funded by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and developed by the Cologne Game Lab, Video Games Without Borders and Wixel Studios. Later on, several additional partners joined and helped adapt the game to address other emergencies and learning needs in different contexts with the priority set on 3 humanitarian crises: Syria, Afghanistan and Ukraine.

Currently, Antura and the Letters supports the following languages…
- English
- French
- Ukrainian
- Russian
- German
- Spanish
- Italian
- Romanian
- Arabic
- Dari Persian

… and it helps children to learn to read in their mother language (Arabic and Dari Persian) as well as discovering a variety of foreign languages:
- English
- French
- Spanish
- Italian
- German
- Polish
- Hungarian
- Romanian

Official Websites
https://www.antura.org
https://colognegamelab.de/research/projects/the-antura-initiative/

Social Networks
https://www.facebook.com/antura.initiative
https://twitter.com/AnturaGame
https://www.instagram.com/anturagame/

The project is completely open source/creative commons.
You can find everything here: https://github.com/vgwb/Antura
Updated on
Sep 9, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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No data collected
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Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted
Committed to follow the Play Families Policy
4.9
861 reviews
Юлия Макурина
September 14, 2022
I really love this application, super cool not only for kids. But I faced with problem on step 1-3, cannot pass this level because of some bugs, so cannot continue to play ( very sad about that (
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Aleksandra Schetchikova
September 11, 2020
Nice game, but repeating problem I will change the rating to excellent after receive a reply. We're facing the problem on the level 1-5 on different devices. After you finish first part of the level, there is a dancing letter and it doesn't react on any actions or touches. Please fix the problem, as the game is really nice and helps my kids a lot!
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BASANTi ii
February 21, 2022
The game is so fun, the art and mechanics are well done working together, the narrtion is so much fun, speaking to boy or girl to improve relation btw game and kids , but i have a couple of notes: #- Choosing age doesn't affect way of games specially in older ages, The games are the same and way of narrtion is same. Really boring. #- Random letters doesn't help earliar age from knowing letters for correct order. #-Repeating letters and activities/games totally unpleaset to play for more 5 min.
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Video Games Without Borders
September 16, 2022
Thank you very much for your feedback. #You are right, the kid age does not affect the game. Since the game has been originally developed for Syrian refugees we cannot assume older kids have an higher literacy level. #Kids (especially younger ones) usually like repetitions because it's their way of mastering what they learn.

What's new

bugfixes and improvements