Study Quest 4+

Language RPG

Futuretro Studios

Designed for iPad

    • 3.9 • 16 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

Create a hero and embark on an epic quest of language mastery!

Supported languages:

English · French · German · Italian · Japanese · Korean · Spanish

...with more coming soon!

- Create your own, or discover official and community created books of interactive flashcards.
- Match gems then answer questions to turn them into powerful spells.
- Battle monsters across a host of beautiful, vibrant worlds.
- Co-operate and compete with friends to boost your motivation.
- Flashcards are scheduled by smart algorithms, proven to ensure maximum retention.

Centre your studies around the app, or use it as an aid in tandem with other courses. Whatever your experience and skill level, Study Quest is an essential part of your language learning toolkit!

What’s New

Version 1.32

・Restored speech functionality
・App now works completely offline
・Deleting the app will result in losing your data so please be careful

Thanks to all Study Questers!

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

marysprngfld ,

Fun, but...

...it costs you to make your own flash card deck? I started off buying a deck to figure out how the game worked, not realizing how hard it is to earn in game currency. For a language app I’d rather have ads. Maybe a weekly freebie deck would entice me to keep using the app.

Gdjsmsjsjsjjdjdjj ,

Five stars but...

Ok so ive been learning languages for over half a decade. Ive trawled countless app stores and google searches and have pretty much seen it all. That being said study quest in comparison to pretty much all its competitors (language learning rpgs which are very few and far between) is miles ahead. Im legitimately addicted to this game. However there are a few gripes i have, i didnt take off stars for them because honestly its still better than alot of others. One thing i like is the coin system as it makes vocab into something valuable to earn. However the current generation options are indeed lacking, the daily check in bonus doesnt generate enough coins and i was disappointed with the fact that despite the fact that community generated vocab required coins no coins were given to the content makers. I wouldve atleast liked to get a cut maybe 25% or so? With a rating system to insure quality. I also wouldve liked more benefits to leveling up such as increased health, more skills or higher damage.

Tae98Lily ,

Underdeveloped game, charges you to make content

Study Quest has very little content in its own right for basic language learning of any language aside from Japanese. Well, that shouldn't really be a problem since players can add in their own flash cards to help remember Spanish words and expressions, right?

No! It costs money for players to make content for the game's developers as each item you input into this app similar to Anki, an open-source Linux application which doesn't charge you to use it, it costs you an “oin” which costs about 1¥ or cent each, which I know is a very low cost and all, but you are still charging people for crowdsourced content creation which I consider to be a donation.

Oh, and the real reason I rated this app 1 Star is because I wasn't having fun battling monsters or learning any Spanish words. Personally, I found the Match-3 battle mechanic distracting or annoying rather than holding my focus.

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