New for September 2006! Hungry Frog Latin v6.0
We have just posted the new manuals on line for the first program in the version 6.0 Hungry Frog software series upgrade. This is a major version upgrade. In the next few weeks the website will be upgraded as well to better reflect the new software version. Hungry Frog Latin is the first v6.0 program to be released and is on sale at the jellyfishfun.com web store now as the first title in the v6.0 game series. Please return to the web site for more information about the other Hungry Frog Series game programs as they become available in v6.0 as well.
Hungry Frog Latin v6.0 - READ Hungry Frog Latin language software version 6.0 ON-LINE MANUALS
Hungry Frog Latin v6.0 - SHIPPING NOW
Both software to learn the Latin language and the ancient Homeric Greek language are available for Windows 95/98, Windows NT and 2000. Please follow the linktext in the above splash table for the new Hungry Frog Latin language software program for Windows v6.0. Please visit our Windows pages for detailed information on the Hungry Frog Latin language software v4.3 for Windows programs, or go to our on-line software store at jellyfishfun.com to purchase Hungry Frog Latin language software or Hungry Frog Homeric Greek via our secure order web software store. Most software costs between $20 and $30 at the web software store. If you need more information about programs, you can also go directly to the Windows on-line manuals to learn in detail about all the Windows software features including:
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In MacOS Hungry Frog games, frogs are endangered species, and the world is overcome with bizarre and unusual bugs. Your frogs must eat as many bugs as possible to get fat, make tadpoles and multiply. Hungry fish compete by eating your helpless tadpoles. Read the on-line MacOS manual, or have a look at student raves to learn more. This little animation shows the basic game set-up (minus fish, tadpoles, sounds, educational content...) [Windows 95]
In this game the user selects words to practice from a 2000 word Latin dictionary with over 3000 corresponding English definitions. Personal dictionaries are automatically saved by player name, and up to 50 different students can have their own personal preferences stored in the game at any one time. As in the other games, internal feedback loops focus on problem words.
LATIN GAME INCORPORATES THESE NEW FEATURES:
The basic vocabulary for a first year course in Homeric greek is covered in this game. As in the Latin game, the user selects words to practice from a main dictionary (1500 Greek words mapped onto 3000 English definitions). Personal dictionaries are automatically saved by player name, and up to 50 different students can have their own personal preferences stored in the game at any one time. As for the Latin game, internal feedback loops focus on problem words. The game uses the System "symbol" font, so no installation of special fonts is required.