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Description

Learn Hiragana and Katakana by fighting monsters in fun RPG battles.

Flashcard Clash uses the spacing effect to make learning as efficient as possible, by showing cards you get wrong more often and cards you get right less. So you don't wast time on things you already know.

To mix things up and keep it interesting, some cards can be dynamic, changing each time you see them. Eg: The first time you see a card it might be "The fish was polite" but the next time it could be "The cat was polite" or "The dog was unpleasant". This forces you to really use what you have learn to read the card, rater than rote memorizing the same meaning of the one sentence.

Level up to defeat the boss and move onto the next area.

What’s New

Version 1.0.3

Bug fixes and updates to the Decks screen.

Ratings and Reviews

3.0 out of 5
1 Rating

1 Rating

Spellchecker X ,

Cute, Confusing

The play instructions seemed simple, but they stopped short. I don't know how to power up, and I don't know what any of the items on the top bar mean. I don't get the point of leveling up. I don't know what is recharging. I don't know how to beat a boss. This game leaves you on your own too soon. I must have missed an instruction somewhere...

But if I can figure it out, I'll definitely recommend it to my classmates in first-semester Japanese so we can learn together.

Mrs. An B ,

Great learning too, BUT...😰😰😰

Edit!: thank you dev's for your help. It works now! 😍 I appreciate it. This is an amazing app, please continue it!

There is a huge problem with conjugation!!! With "was not" in the app, it's supposed to be, for example: 医者だった , but when trying to use the available short cut in the app, it does not change "tsu" into its silent form and "shrink it". This is a HUGE problem, as it keeps marking it wrong! I know the conjugation for it, but the app isn't translating it. PLEASE FIX THIS, because I LOVE this app for grammar practice!!!

Developer Response ,

Hi, sorry to hear you are having trouble. To get the "small tsu" character, you just need to type out the double consonant sound, eg: "datta" becomes "だった".

Hope that helps, thanks for playing and for the kind words!

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

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