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Happy Geese Full version for iPad!

"Happy Geese Full" is the name of the new version of Happy Geese for iPad. The new app includes 10 carefully designed boards with various levels of difficulty, visual aids, a broad selection of dice (with numbers, colors, letters and shapes) and other features that enable parents and educators to adapt the game to every child’s abilities. The app offers families and teachers many hours of fun combined with a wide range of educational benefits for children. Happy Geese Full has no in-app purchases and its cost is US$ 2.99. The app is available on iTunes for iPad only. 

 

Happy Geese available for Android devices!

Autism apps for Android Happy GeeseThe new version of Happy Geese for Android includes 10 carefully designed boards with various levels of difficulty, visual aids, a broad selection of dice (with numbers, colors, letters and shapes) and     other features that enable parents and educators to adapt the game to every child’s abilities. The app offers families and teachers many hours of fun combined with a wide range of educational benefits for children. The price of the app is US$ 2.99 and it can be downloaded from Google Play and Amazon Store.

 

Happy Geese 1.1 is now available on iTunes!

Summer holidays are just around the corner. The iPad is a useful device to engage all members of a family in a fun activity anywhere: beach, countryside or even sitting at home one lazy afternoon.  We have just launched Happy Geese 1.1 with a series of improvements and new features so that you can still enjoy it even more no matter where you go:

More Configuration Options:

- Change the language

- Turn off the voice in each round

- Use Happy Geese to learn other languages!

CHILD LEARNS TO PLAY THE GAME OF THE GOOSE IN ONE AFTERNOON

We recently received this beautiful story from one of the families who have downloaded Happy Geese. With their permission, we want to share it with you:

“One of my playing companions is a very clever child who has autism. We had tried to play the Game of the Goose together before. He had previously learned to use a die, he knew how to count and we had practiced taking turns in other games... So we decided to start playing the Game of the Goose with a simpl

Happy Geese screenshoot

e paper board that we had made at home: the traditional board with 63 cells can be overwhelming. It looked like he knew everything he had to know to get started, but it still did not work out too well. He loved to throw the die and refused to hand it over to the next player. He just wanted to keep throwing it and was much less interested in progressing with the game. He also had problems with waiting between turns and when other players had had to thrown “his” die. He did not pay attention when others were playing. The game was not motivating, much less fun.

We then decided to try Happy Geese, with the hope that the different format change would work better. The child loves to play with our iPad, which was a good starting point.

 

HAPPY GEESE IN “NEW & NOTEWORTHY” IN ITUNES!

Happy Geese - New & Noteworthy

Apple has included Happy Geese in its selection of "New & Noteworthy" iPad apps in iTunes and the App Store. This list of apps, which is updated every week, is selected by a dedicated team at Apple. 

Happy Geese now appears in "New & Noteworthy" in 17 countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Spain, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Dominican Republic and Venezuela. 


Available for iPad & Android


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