Nov. 16, 2012
-- What Doesn't Belong is a new innovative and fun educational puzzle game that aims to help develop sense of beauty and problem solving skills within kids and teenagers. The application, developed by TwoTea Applications features a beautiful, sleek and clean interface. The core purpose behind the application is to help children learn and develop their minds in categories such as problem solving skills, develop logic, pattern recognition, sequence solving and a whole host of other fundamental and equally important educational subjects.
The concept behind What Doesn't Belong is simple. TwoTea Applications has designed the application with children in mind. Once downloaded and loaded, the purpose of the game is to identify which image is out of place and doesn't belong with the other images. Once identified, it's up to the child to explain why the image does not fit. While the application is mostly catered towards a younger audience, Teenagers are also able to benefit from the educational value of the application. The app can be played as part of a family, or individually to allow for a full and unique family event.
What Doesn't Belong boasts simple and fun gameplay with more than 500 beautiful and colorful images. With over 40 beautiful designed levels, and more to come, What Doesn't Belong is establishing itself as the number one children's educational application. The application is currently available for Free download. To learn more, head over to the Apple Store, found here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/id572415825?ls=1&mt=8