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Game Giveaway of the day — Sea Creatures

A learning and training memory game.
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Sea Creatures was available as a giveaway on September 18, 2019!

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Sea Creatures is a learning and training memory game. A game for the child with the reproduction of the selected sea creatures. Different levels of difficulty.
Choose pair cards with sea creatures to win and train attention.
Simple educational game.

System Requirements:

OS: Windows 7 or newer: 32bit / 64bit Processor: Core 2 Duo or higher Memory: 2 GB RAM Graphics: DirectX11 Compatible GPU with 512 MB Video RAM Storage: 140 MB available space Sound Card: DirectX compatible sound card





File Size:

48.4 MB



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Sea Creatures
In Brief
A matching pairs game ideal for younger children.
Sea Creatures is a simple learning and memory training game for young children using stylised images of various sea creatures such as Whales, Star Fish, Sword Fish, Scallops, Eels and Octopus. There's a learning mode and three levels of difficulty.
You remove paired cards that are initially hidden from view with the aim of improving the attention of young children.
Whiterabbit-uk 17th September 2019
Game play Video:
You can see a video of game play on the Steam store page HERE
The Game:
Sea Creatures is a simple learning game for young children. It is fully mouse controlled with no keyboard input necessary. There are four modes, one learning and three difficulty modes. The learning mode shows 13 images of various sea creatures for example squid, seahorse, shark, lobster etc. You just click on the animal and it tells you what it is' that's it for the learning mode; just one page of stylized images of sea creatures. The difficulty modes include Easy, Normal and Hard. Selecting easy opens up a screen with a 3 x 4 grid of blue squares with silhouettes of a sea creature in each square, all looking the same; You have to pair up various creatures that are hidden initially, that were presented in the learning mode. On completing the group, you are presented with the sound of cheering children and a shower of red and blue flowers, then you are redirected back to the main screen where you can continue to select the same mode or go for an harder one. If you select the same mode, the sea creatures have been randomly allocated to the grid, so no two match games are the same; the same goes for the other two modes. The Normal mode has a 4 x 5 grid and the hard mode has a 4 x 6 grid. That's the extent of this game. It's definitely one created for younger children. It's very simplistic, but that is probably ideal for younger children, especially as all three modes are un-timed.
A simple game ideal for children from 4 to 6 years old. Would have been a much better game if it was possible to input your own images.







Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  5 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+19)

Thank you milanaozdieva for participating on GOTD, but it's definitely for smaller children. Even on the hard level it's fairly trivial because of a rather small selection of items to remember. It speaks each item when it's selected as a match candidate, so using the only available control to turn off its audio may make it a little harder to remember items (but you'd also miss the "victory" sounds at completion.

Also, there's no means of tracking right/wrong answers or overall success, so it's not very usable if the goal is to track memory improvement over a period of time - or even a single session. It's a very simplistic game (it's probably a port from a smart phone version), but would probably be fun for the very young.

Reply   |   Comment by Dan  –  5 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
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