Stack the States® 2 4+

Freecloud Design, Inc.

Designed for iPad

    • $2.99



Watch the states come to life as you learn US geography!
Stack the States® is back and better than ever with new question types, new bonus games, voice mode, 3D graphics and a detailed interactive map!

As you learn state capitals, cities, shapes, landmarks, flags and more, you can actually touch, move and drop the animated states anywhere on the screen. Carefully build a stack of states that reaches the checkered line to win each level.

You earn a new state for every successfully completed level. All of your states appear on your own personalized map of the United States. Try to collect all 50! As you earn more states, you begin to unlock the free bonus games: Map It, Connect 2 and Capital Tap. Four games in one!

What’s new in Stack the States® 2:
- New question types
- New bonus games: Connect 2 and Capital Tap
- New voice mode that helps non-readers play independently
- Brand new interactive map featuring major cities and a 3D elevation view of each state
- Beautiful 3D graphics
- 10 different 3D scenes depicting various locations in the US
- 3D models of over 90 US landmarks

Plus, all the great features that you loved from the original Stack the States®:
- 50 flash cards — one for each state
- Hundreds of unique questions
- Up to six player profiles
- A personalized map of the US
- Fun sound effects and music
- Works on both iPhone and iPad - a universal app

Stack the States® 2 is an educational app for all ages that's actually FUN to play. Try it now and enjoy four games for the price of one!

Stack the States® 2:
- Does not contain 3rd party ads.
- Does not contain in-app purchases.
- Does not contain integration with social networks.
- Does not use 3rd party analytics / data collection tools.
- Does include links to apps by Dan Russell-Pinson in the iTunes App Store (via Performance Horizon).

For more information on our privacy policy please visit:

What’s New

Version 1.7

Fixed "black screen" / non-loading issue for devices with non-US region

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
968 Ratings

968 Ratings

looooo c ,

It’s good

So this is actually a pretty good game it’s not too bad so when I came across this game the bar seem to get higher and higher and I like that challenge so I’m giving it a four-star for a reason I have like it so much so I got all the states I finish the whole game and I like how they add the capital but you can look at the capital and you are able to look at the two states that are apart from America I like how the game made that you could look at the two other states and add them to your collection I made my cousin one account it’s pretty easy to make an account my first cousin is 4 the other one is 1 both of my two cousins account my four-year-old cousin wanted her state to be Nevada and I don’t remember what I chose for my one-year-old cousin but I was Missouri

Katka15 ,

From ages 4-65 we play, learn and improve our health!

I play several games to keep my 65 year old memory sharp and it never hurts to learn more about my country. After watching, my 4 year old granddaughter wanted to learn. She can’t read so first I’d give clues- letters in the states so she could find the answer. It wasn’t long before she recognized the states by shape and I had her memorize the names. Two weeks later she was playing MAP IT! Most times she maps without strikes. Next Connect It. Her high score is 18, mine 14. Then came my 7 year old grandson. He has the advantage of being autistic, able to read, so caught on in a few days. He has the capitals, states and abbreviations memorized already and has moved on to Stack the Countries. It’s something they can play together. He reads the questions to her if I’m not there. Finding an educational game they can do together is a perk I never imagined. Thank you so much!

Now I’m on to Stack the Countries. Challenging for sure, but what an accomplishment if I succeed!

Mrpuff31 ,

The most awesome game ever.

I always wanted to learn geography when I was eight years old, so my parents allowed me to have the app when I showed them a video of how to play Stack the States 2. I was loving this app and had educated me, but it was kind of tough when I need to know the state's nickname and landmarks. I noticed I could turn the landmarks and state's nicknames off. This was way more fun when it just wasn't stacking states. It made it way more fun when there were the bonus games, Map It, Connect 2, and Capital Tap. The last bonus game, Capital Tap, was the hardest for me, and I always fail trying to find the capital. However, I rate this a 10/10, and I will love it forever. :)

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