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Description

Now the game gives 10 mini-quests! It uses more than 2,100 videos!

Have an adventure while practicing signing, cueing and/or fingerspelling!

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This is an adventure game that challenges the player to find new lands while practicing ASL, Fingerspelling and/or Cued Speech vocabulary, numbers, colors, math, patterns, shapes, directions and the alphabet. The handy scroll shows which quests you've completed, and the handy map shows the places you've visited and allows teleportation.

This adventure game challenges the player to find new lands while practicing ASL, Fingerspelling and/or Cued Speech.

The mini-quests focus on: vocabulary, numbers, colors, math, patterns, shapes, directions, the alphabet, conversation words and phrases, and emergency words and phrases.

The handy scroll shows which quests you've completed, and the handy map shows the places you've visited and allows teleportation to previously visited places.

Select the communication style you want to use: ASL, Fingerspelling or Cued Speech. Set the game level to use: Beginning, Intermediate or Advanced. When you successfully complete the game, you can restart it with new settings to play again.

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What’s New

Version v3r8

1. Added mini-quest TalkTalk, practicing conversation words and phrases
2. Added mini-quest Danger!, practicing emergency words and phrases
3. Added videos, now more than 2100 videos
4. Added words and phrases to dictionary, now more than 700 words and phrases

Ratings and Reviews

3.5 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

ScanningBuff ,

Creative, challenging: Fun way to learn/practice ASL!

Not just a set of flashcareds or dictionary of signs, this is a fun adventure game with multiple skill levels to challenge all ages. Whether a total beginner eager to learn basic fingerspelling and ASL, or a more experienced user looking to review, practice and improve, SignCueQuest is flexible enough to meet your needs. The variety of sign models (children included!) and handdrawn artwork are much appreciated bonuses!

artyoucute ,

surprised

I was excited to play this game to practice my signs and fingerspelling. the fingerspelling is ASL but the signs are so different from anything I have learned. I even looked up the signs on two other apps and they are not similar.

App Privacy

The developer, Donna A Gateley, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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