Smart Apps For Android: 20.000 Leagues Under the Sea (best Android apps for kids)

Friday, February 07, 2014

20.000 Leagues Under the Sea (best Android apps for kids)

Happy Birthday Jules Verne! February 8 is Mr Verne's birthday and today we have treasure of an app for you to celebrate. 20.000 Leagues Under the Sea is a mashup of the classic novel and a hidden object game. As the interactive story progresses, objects need to be found, as well as various other mini-games completed. Very excellently done, with amazing graphics and true-to-the-text storytelling, this app will captivate older kids and adults. There is a free lite version to give you a taste of what you are in for when you purchase this high definition app.

In-app purchase for the full version. External links to social media.

What's free: the beginning of the story, a handful of mini-games
What's not free: the rest of the story, a lot more mini-games


   FREE Lite Version                     $1.99 Full Version
Get it on Google Play          Get it on Google Play

   $1.99 Full Version
Available on Amazon Appstore

This developer has taken a range of classic novels and created awesome apps that immerse children into the story with amazing interactive elements. Less of a book app and more of a game app with a smattering of storytelling, children are introduced to the likes of 20.000 Leagues Under the Sea, Around the World in 80 Days, The Time Machine and more. This app follows the exploits of Professor Aronnax, his shipwreck and subsequent "rescue" by Captain Nemo on his submarine, Nautilus. Along the way, there are hidden object scenes, games that involve hand-eye coordination and following instructions, puzzles, match-three and more.

The lite version takes the player all the way up to the point where Professor Aronnax meets Captain Nemo for dinner. The full version continues on and the hidden object scenes often turn into a test of comprehension with the player looking for books about "astronomy, geology, biology, calligraphy, architecture" etc. There are helps and hints which is good as I found the scenes a bit dark sometimes. And there is an end of game bonus when the player finally reaches the end. Definitely worth downloading, for the price of a Krispy Kreme, this is an absolutely fabulous app.



The ★ EXTENDED EDITION ★ has finally arrived!
✔ New puzzles
✔ New scenes
✔ New objects
✔ New mini-games
✔ New characters
✔ An improved interface, brought to life with the collection of key objects
✔ An improved gaming experience
✔ A longer life span

Inspired from the Jules Vernes novel, Twenty thousand leagues under the sea. Professor Pierre Aronnax, his assistant Conseil and the harpoonist Ned Land are captured by Captain Nemo, who travels the world's oceans on board the Nautilus submarine. Although impressed by the beauty of the seabed, our three friends hope to escape and return to their lives on dry land. But Captain Nemo thinks otherwise… Can you help them escape?

Discover the furthest recesses of the Nautilus, take the helm and pass through the Isthmus of Suez, gaze upon hitherto unseen places under the waves! But beware, the apparently peaceful depths can hide terrible dangers!

Use the x2 zoom to dive into the heart of the images and the clue to recover the objects you need.

Admire the amazing scenery! The oceans and their secrets: all kinds of fishes, seaweed, not to mention Atlantis! Nautilus and its riches: the library, wheelhouse, the living area and its works of art…

✔ 34 sites to see
✔ Mini games: reproduce manoeuvres, read a map, find a secret code…
✔ Object search (list, identical objects)
✔ Unlimited help: x2 zoom, reloadable clue
✔ Sumptuous scenery: high definition images


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Cas' kids are always inspired by science fiction and like to come up with their own predictions of technological advances. Cas would just like someone to invent a gadget that not only washes and dries the clothes, but folds and puts them away as well!

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