Enjoy Learning Anatomy model puzzle
This is an educational game that allows you to learn the human body as if you play a jigsaw puzzle.This game is designed to be simple yet fun to play.
The app is best suited for people who want to learn the human body or students who want to get ready for the exams.Or why don't you try this game to stay sharp during your spare time?
You can improve your knowledge as you play the game aiming for the best time or compete against players from all over the world. You can also collect picture panels when you satisfy certain conditions. So do your best to get all of them. When you're stuck on finding the position, use the [Assist] function. It will help you to navigate the correct location without hassling yourself.
Please enjoy it.
Supported for iPhone X/XS/XR.
Improved image quality on some devices.
Fixed some bugs.
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Hey I like this app a lot. It’s free and a nice simple way to start out with anatomy without getting overwhelmed with information. Course it would be nice if there was a bit of description to explain the function of each organ, but you really can’t complain when it’s free. The only reason it’s not 5 stars is because since it’s an anatomy app, it really should have the muscles as a third section included. Right now it’s just bones and organs. And ideally it would eventually have the other body systems included as well like the lymphatic system etc. In the meantime, I appreciate this getting me started on basic anatomy. 😊
Needs Descriptive Sounds
My curious 3 year old is very excited to learn about the human body. We've always talked about how our various body parts contribute to our daily functions and now, we are both very excited that she can finally play a game that will teach her about the different organs and bones in our bodies. However, there is one HUGE downside to this app - there is no option to turn on descriptive sounds. Ideally, anytime someone clicks on a body part, the name of that body part should be said out loud. It will help remind players what each part is called. It should also be repeated and/or briefly described when it's placed in the right place. At the very least, this should be an option in the game's settings. Thank you so much for creating an educational game! I really hope to see audible names and definitions added soon.
Cool little game to play for basic anatomy... Wish it had an option to go even more in depth...
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.