Beijing, China, December 09, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Super Jay, the English division at Ruixin Online, is pleased to announce The Rescue HD: Brain Challenge Against Time is now free during the holiday season, and currently in the process of producing a holiday edition. This arcade-style game stretches the limits of standardized True-False questions, bringing action and adventure into learning 8 different categories. Created specifically for iPad and offered exclusively in the Education section in the iTunes App Store, The Rescue is made to educate and entertain children, teenagers, and adults alike. In The Rescue: Brain Challenge Against Time, players won't only help rescue the Princess, but rescue themselves from boring book statistics.
As The Rescue opens, Hero the dog fights evil Dr. Woofsbane who has once again escaped and is looking for revenge. Roll the dice and let the games begin as Hero races Dr. Woofsbane across 7 continents to rescue his beautiful and beloved Princess. Players will be asked yes or no questions throughout the game. Selecting the correct answer will give Hero super speed as well as arm him with bombs and other handy-objects. Successfully answering successive questions will bring Hero a quick victory, but be careful, answering five questions wrong means the game is over. In the unlikely case of a failure, players can use points they gained from correctly answered questions in order to buy more health. Mantle is also available for a cheap $0.99 which will restore health and give players an extra bonus.
Armed with hand-drawn, eye-catching graphics, and 8 interesting and diverse categories, The Rescue will keep gamers coming back for more. Age-appropriate questions will challenge grade-school children, managing learning at an easy, frustration-free tempo while at the same time, quizzing teenagers in a style seen in every states' standardized high school testing system, and testing parents' memories around the world. The Rescue allows players young and old to test the expanses of their knowledge, learn fun new facts, and remember those forgotten over the years. If the game is too difficult, a few trips to The Rescue Training Center will teach players enough information to battle their way to the end (or perhaps give adults a fighting chance against their kid).
The intuitive menu is easy to navigate and the easy directions will have young and old players learning within minutes of instillation. Ideal for learners of any age, this game creates an easy platform to teach a world of fun and interesting facts.
Have Fun Learning About 8 Different Categories
American History --Learn American facts from the founding fathers to the Obama administration
Animals -- Learn fun and amazing facts about animals from A to Z
Astronomy-- Learn about the planets, stars, and the vast wonders of the universe
Fruits -- Learn amazing and little known facts about these seemingly ordinary objects
Vegetables -- Learn about vivacious veggies and their health benefits
Geography -- Learn world geography as Hero races through 7 different continents
Ocean Life -- Learn a sea full of wonderful and amazing facts
Plants -- Learn facts that will ensnare your curiosity like a Venus fly trap
7 levels with 1600+ academic questions
8 different categories of questions
For ages 7+
Compatible with the Game Center leaderboards and achievements
Expands general knowledge and vocabulary
Challenging, fast-paced action keeps kids entertained
Easy to follow instructions means your child can begin learning within minutes
Hours of fun: Great replay ability for the whole family
Compatible with iPad and iPad 2
Requires iOS 3.2 or later
Pricing and Availability: Regularly $1.99 on iTunes, but now free for the holiday season.
Super Jay, based out of Beijing, China, is the newly created English division at Ruixin Online. The developer is committed to creating the highest quality educational iOS products to entertain children of all ages. The creative team behind Super Jay takes pride in building applications that enhance and supplement a child's education, empowering them to take learning into their own hands.