Another 5 star rating for “iBiome-Wetland”

January 19th, 2015 by admin No comments »

The educational value of our new app “iBiome-Wetland” has been recognized by parents and kid’s app review sites alike.

Fun Educational Apps for Kids:  5 out of 5       (www.funeducationalapp.com)

iBiome Wetlands- A TOP PICK Earth Science App Designed for Students 9-11.

“This fascinating app demonstrates the step-by-step development of the biome and allows your child to become part of the process.  Its creative use of tablet technology and its solid content earn it a TOP PICK for Fun Educational Apps.”

 

The iPhoneMom:   5 out of 5     (www.theiphonemom.com)

“My 8-year old daughter saw me playing the app and became fascinated by it and has since expressed an interest in biology which I love! She has played it several times since then, and loves to come and share new bits of information she has learned while playing it.” “iBiome-Wetland is truly a valuable and high-quality app that, in my opinion, is a great investment in your child’s education.”

Read more: http://www.theiphonemom.com/biome-wetland-review/ 

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Happy Thanksgiving to everyone!

November 29th, 2014 by admin 14 comments »

Happy Thanksgiving! “iBiome-Wetland” goes Free today at iTunes Store! It’s the ideal gift for kids who always like to ask WHY, love nature and enjoy building their own stuff.

https://itunes.apple.com/app/id900933868

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Check out the “iBiome-Wetland” playlist

November 7th, 2014 by admin 89 comments »

If a picture is worth a thousand words, how many words should it be for a video? And a playlist of videos?

“iBiome-Wetland” reveals its gameplay in our Youtube channel today. Check it out and subscribe to our channel for more insight of our games down the road.

 

Springbay Studio joins Mom With Apps community!

November 6th, 2014 by admin 277 comments »

Another great news to announce: we are accepted by the Moms With Apps® community. It means that we commit to Moms With Apps®’s high standards for protecting kids’ privacy and building great family-friendly apps. As our promise, we take your and your child’s privacy very seriously. For all our games, including mobile games and online web games, we do not collect or share personal information about your child, and we do not allow any third-party advertising. You can find our privacy policy here.

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“iBiome-Wetland” is available from Apple App Store!

October 9th, 2014 by admin 525 comments »

 

Some great news for us, and we hope that you will like it too: “iBiome-Wetland” is live on Apple’s App Store!

A kids educational game about wetland habtat

Download the game and check it out! If you like it, don’t forget to write a review in the app store, or give us a FB like or follow us on Twitter to help spread the words.

Enjoy the game!

 

 

Sneak peeks for “iBiome-Wetland”

October 5th, 2014 by admin 192 comments »

As we are close to the app launch, we’d like to share the sneak peeks for this game with you. Follow us on Twitter or like us on Facebook for the most updated news.

“iBiome-Wetland” is coming up!

September 18th, 2014 by admin 288 comments »

Our new kids educational game -“iBiome-Wetland” is coming up! We’d like to share with you some of the sneak peeks before it launches officially in the App Store later this month.

The game is about building virtual bio domes from the ground up. But how far can you go? Here are some clues in this screen shot.

 

 

 

Starting a Happy New Year with a new game – Savage Gardens

January 5th, 2014 by admin 133 comments »

As a game studio like us, what could be a better way to start a Happy New Year than releasing a new game? Yes, that is what we did. :-)

Savage Gardens, a little game about carnivorous plants, is ready for you to enjoy.

Click to play the game!

“Garlic Spray” is released!

October 28th, 2013 by admin 61 comments »

Ever been scared or annoyed by wasps? Then play our new game “Garlic Spray” and think again. You might be surprised by what wasps can help you when you need to get rid of garden pests. So, seriously, what is “Garlic Spray”? Just check it out!

 

Why is mankind responsible for the environmental crisis?

April 9th, 2013 by admin 787 comments »

No single human being is responsible for the environmental crisis, but we human beings, as a whole, cause the problem. Don’t believe it? Try game “Balance” and see how you can maximum six elements that are involved in this issue – water resources, natural habitats, population and well-being of mankind, science, manufacturing and energy.

“Balance” gives you the power of a God,so  that you can change the course of history, choose the best civilization path that leads to harmony with least cost. By trying to achieve the best game record, you are forming a solution to this challenge.