Build Words Under the Big Top with The Flying Alphabetinis

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  1. zroy1989 macrumors newbie

    Feb 20, 2013
    San Francisco
    On February 11th, 2013, developer Fingerprint, released it's newest application, The Flying Alphabetinis. The Flying Alphabetinis is the first head-to-head word game for the whole family. The Flying Alphabetinis also marks the debut of Fingerprint's new multi-player platform. With The Flying Alphabetinis, children can acquire valuable skills such as word creation, strategy, and language building, while parents can view progress and activity across multiple devices.

    The Flying Alphabetinis is designed to be played by two players. The game board is dynamic, so every round is a whole new experience. The game is leveled to allow for children of all ages and their parents to play and feel a sense of accomplishment, having fun, and making new words. Additionally, this turn-based word game provides children and adults with a safe digital experience. Unlike other turn-based word games, Alphabetinis is designed with kids and their parents in mind. Our new multi-player platform provides a streamlined experience for parents.

    The Fingerprint Team is a unique group dedicated to building the next great kids company. Our company is made up of veterans from some of the most successful entertainment companies (LucasFilm and Electronic Arts), innovative consumer education companies (LeapFrog and Learning Company), game changing game companies (PlayFirst and 2K Games) and kid targeted start-ups (Everloop and Gazillion). By the numbers, Fingerprint's team has generated over $4 billion in revenue, 500 million downloads, 200 videos games, 100 interactive books, and 12 technology patents. Other applications developed by Fingerprint include the award-winning Whole Wide World, Step-by-Story: The Veggie Tales Collection, Panda Panda: No More Mess, and more.

    Here is a video demonstrating The Flying Alphabetinis.

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