New activities currently under development for Little Nonoi app for kindergarten kids.
A sneak peak at new ball puzzles.
Puzzles allows kids to develop their problem solving strategies by fitting pieces together and completing the puzzle.
You will be able to watch puzzles come to life after assembly.
Nonoi is happy during a painting and puzzle game.
It required thirty-three image sequences to produce this dance animation.
This new activity allows kids to develop their problem solving strategies by fitting pieces together and completing the puzzle.
Assemble shape puzzles and watch the shapes come to life. Press the glowing shapes after assembly and watch Nonoi sway while the shapes twirl.
A sneak peak of a sample shape puzzle game.
Nonoi Puzzles app – Gravity and Ball Puzzles in Motion.
Enjoy solving ball puzzles and watch them come to life.
Play and learn about Newton’s Third Law of Motion. For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. Watch how balls collide and move in opposite direction.
Learn about the law of gravity. What goes up must come down. Use your reflexes and brain power to keep the balls above ground and reach for the stars.
Tilt your device and let gravity do its work.
Control one, two or three balls simultaneously and defy gravity.
Obstacles are added in the game as an added challenge.
Have fun playing with different landscapes.
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So, how well can you control the balls and avoid obstacles with different terrain ? Play with family and friends and show them your highest scores.
This new activity allows kids to spark their creativity by freely painting the canvas using a selection of rainbow colours on a pallette.
Touch the desired colour from the palette and then touch either the moving clouds, rainbow or the trees. Enjoy watching Nonoi sway while the canvas comes to life with colours.
A sneak peak of a sample coloured canvas.
Nonoi is happy during a learning game.
Nonoi sings a rhyme during a spelling game.
Nonoi dances happily for correct answers given in a free-style game.
Download the app and read about the fascinating bird – what it’s Maori name means, where it lives, what it eats, how big it is and how it gets around.