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Scene Builder - Undersea


Scene Builder - Undersea
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Description

✩FizzBrain's "Look in My Eyes" series featured on CBS's "60 Minutes" October 23, 2011!✩
… Does your creative child crave more imaginative games? … OR… Does your child need more practice with creativity? …
Imagination and creativity. As experienced classroom teachers, we believe creative, open-ended play is an essential part of learning. Some children are already strong in creativity and need an iPhone/iPod touch game that will exercise their imagination instead of just their thumbs. “Scene Builder” is for them.

Other children need more practice being creative and flexible. We know that some children struggle with imaginary play – whether they’re on the spectrum or not. “Scene Builder” gives these children a chance to practice creative and imaginary play – instead of just trying to beat the next level.

“Scene Builder” came out of our years of observing children – some gifted, some on the spectrum, some both – and noting that many preferred games that involved creating and building rather than defeating enemies. Please let us know how your child responds to the game - and what you think!

“Scene Builder – Undersea” allows kids to create scenes in five different parts of a virtual ocean - open sea, ocean trench, reef, undersea ruins and arches. Children select props from a warehouse, including fish, undersea creatures, artifacts and divers. They rotate, enlarge or shrink these props, and position them to create cool scenes. Kids can take snapshots of their creations and view them in the game's Photo Gallery or on the iPhone's camera roll. At the end of the session, the player's current game is saved so he can continue where he left off next time. A creative and imaginative way to spend some spare time!

What's New in Version 2.0

Improved saving in iOS 4 - and now works in iOS 3 !

Screenshots

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