That's japanese language kanji study war game.
Learn to read kanji characters in a fun adventure!
The hero prince is fighting with tiny monsters.
Give correct answer to exam questions for attack monster.
If you mistake, monster will hit you. Be careful!
You can improve your kanji knowledge, improve brain and memory skills while playing action game and you will have a lot of fun!
Recommended by teachers, good for boys, girls and kids.
You need to know hiragana and katakana alphabet for play this game. All questions are writing as kana. You can practice hiragana and katakana with our other battle games.
■6 stages and 21 levels
There are 6 stages and 21 levels in this game.
Stage1 80 kanji characters
Stage2 160 kanji characters
Stage3 200 kanji characters
Stage4 200 kanji characters
Stage5 185 kanji characters
Stage6 181 kanji characters
Every stage shows kanji list as dictionary and flashcards.
■Game center support:
You can compare your top best score with others in the world
■Unlock all levels
First three levels are free to play, unlock other new levels for more fun.
にほんご 漢字 かんじ 日本語能力試験に！！ おもしろい！！
- Updated for new iOS version
- Bug fixes
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
I've been dying to find a kanji study app that's more like a game than studying. This app fulfills that purpose. More importantly, it matches kanji with others so you can get a feel of how to read it when combines so you can see all the readings. My only problem is that it never tells you what the words or kanji means. If they told you what the English translations were, you could double this as vocabulary practice too.
More review than learning
I haven't made any purchases on this yet, but it's important to note that you need familiarity with kana and kanji to begin with. It's not flash cards with English meanings. It tests your knowledge of kanji (Chinese characters) by using kana (Japanese phonetics) to see if you understand how the kanji are used. Like for the number one, it will test you on the different ways to say it for different words. "One" by itself is pronounced "ichi," but "one of something" is the word for "one" plus the phonetic "tsu," making the word "hitotsu." This type of thing you need to already know. But there is a list of the kanji they are testing you on, so you could study them as you go, I suppose. They don't list exactly what they are, but you see the meanings in English, so you should be able to look them up before taking the tests. This type of learning app is an awesome idea! I'm just afraid I don't have enough knowledge of Japanese to get very far. I only know the very basics from studying on my own.
- SATO MISUZU
- 248 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Japanese, Turkish
- Age Rating
- © ARGEWORLD
- In-App Purchases
- Unlock Stage 1 $0.99
- Unlock All Stages $2.99
- Unlock Stage 2 $0.99
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.