Play Games and Learn New Words in “Mini Words Collection” on Switch
Close that Wordle tab for a sec, will ya’?
QUByte Interactive recently announced that Mini Words Collection will be coming to Nintendo Switch on 24 March.
Developed by Men Sana Interactive, Mini Words Collection is a compilation of three games that will help the player improve their language skill, discovering more words and practicing their vocabulary in a fun way. Each game has a unique style of teaching the player some new words in English, as well as in other languages.
Here’s the official breakdown of Mini Words Collection from QUByte:
English learners of all levels can have fun while practicing vocabulary in a unique mix of logic puzzle, word search, and hangman. Unscramble the words using all letters on the board, without repeating or crossing paths.
In Pathfinders: Mini Words you’ll help the Pathfinders discover basic words in English, just observing images of day-by-day objects or animals and finding their names on the board. Great for the little ones learning English! Includes 230 words.
Get the classic Mini Words. In the first game of the series, discover the most used words in the English language. 721 words. That is enough to cover 90% of conversations in English. All in a minimalist and relaxing environment, with no distractions.
Discover Mini Words: Polyglot, the newest game in the Mini Words series, which is a great opportunity to challenge yourself in different languages. Can you recognize the most used nouns in English when written and spoken in other languages? Six languages and more than 1000 words are available.
• 3 Mini Words games;
• All games feature a wide range of words;
• More than 1000+ levels in this collection;
• Different types of game difficulty: from learning to mastering;
• Besides English, Mini Words: Polyglot offers words in Spanish, French, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, German, and Italian.
You can start learning all kinds of new polysyllabic substantives with Mini Words Collection on Nintendo Switch this Thursday, 24 March.
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