Dardanele is a Polish illustration and animation studio bringing back educational apps, games and cartoons since 2010. We create innovative, intelligent and charming entertainment that can be enjoyed by both children and adults.
Count with Little Mole is an educational game for the youngest, based on original illustrations by Zdenek Miler – the creator of the Mole character. The app introduces children to the world of numbers in a simple way. It teaches to recognize numbers and to count from 1 to 10. The Mole, a beloved cartoon character which has won the hearts of many generations, accompanies children when they learn how to count.
The game is based on a simple mechanism, appropriate for very young children. On each level the child has to drag characters or objects to their destined location. At that point an appropriate number is displayed on the screen and the speaker voice counts “one, two, three…”.
Simple stories are presented through each task: you can help the Mole hide from the rain, free fish from a net, gather fruits for the Hedgehog’s basket or strawberries for the Mouse. This game mainly provides plenty of fun with learning in the background. There are no wrong answers, time limits, or competition here. Children pick a number and spend as much time with it as they want to.
Thanks to the app, children can learn to count in five languages: English, Czech, Polish, Russian and Chinese.
The free version includes numbers from 1 to 4. Additional levels may be unlocked after viewing the advertisement.
NO ADVERTISEMENTS ARE DISPLAYED TO THE CHILDREN, access to advertisements only for adults.
Count with Little Mole https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/count-with-little-mole/id1165337944
Count with Little Mole Lite https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/count-with-little-mole-lite/id1165348720
Available for: iOS 7.0 and later
Size: 157 МB/161 MB
Languages: English, Czech, Polish, Russian, Chinese
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