Eviana is a series of games for preschoolers developed exclusively for tablets that integrates, through very simple game mechanics, cultural values such as environmental protection, the game between parents and children and elementary logic, all wrapped by a musical atmosphere the children also interact with.
The main character is Eviana, a cheerful and curious little girl, who along with his friend Bruno, and always with the music of their city park as a starting point, discover a many different ways to protect the environment and have fun at the same time.
In this third game of the Eviana series, she and her friend Bruno know Roboto, a robot dancer toy who has run out of energy. The solution is in the park in the form of small craft. Eva and Bruno learn to build a small windmill that produces the energy to wake up Roboto so that all dance together.
- Play with your children and watch them have fun in the most natural way.
- Simple game mechanics based on touching and dragging objects on the screen.
- Ecological theme: Learn how to build a windmill to get the clean, natural energy.
- Music Park: Touch park objects to discover their sounds and make music with them.
- Parents Zone: Tap with three fingers on the tree in the park to access a special area with educational content for parents and ecological issues related to each chapter.
- Share your experience with your friends via Facebook and Twitter.
Collect Eviana chapters on your iPad and discover fun new games.
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Eviana 3 - Wind Power is a free trial software application from the Teaching & Training Tools subcategory, part of the Education category.
The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on 2013-08-13. The program can be installed on Android.
Eviana 3 - Wind Power (version 1.0.0) is available for download from our website.
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