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Kanji Training Game

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Ever wanted learn kanji, but can’t seem to stop playing games long enough to learn? Then play Kanji Training Game. Learn Kanji and the accompanying components, Katakana and Hiragana. Have fun and memorize a kanjis with Kanji Training Game.

Kanji Training Game is a game that helps you memorize a symbols of Japanese writing system in the form of a game. Memorize 1006 symbols of Kanji, Katakana and Hiragana, and level up as you advance through the increasingly complex alphabet and words of the Japanese language. Have fun and learn a beautiful writing system with Kanji Training Game.

Features:
- Full Kyōiku kanji list of 1.006 symbols
- Hiragana and Katakana game mode.
- Steam trading cards.
- Kanji Adventure mode
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Targhen Games
Publisher
Targhen Games
Age rating
Not rated
Website
http://targhen.com/

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: 1Ghz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 4000
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 250 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Kanji Training Game reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
"Kanji Training Game," as the Name suggests, is a Learning Game for Learning Kanji, but also Hiragana and Katakana are supported. It works like this. For a given Word, the corresponding Kanji must be selected from a Table of Kanji. When the Wrong Thing is clicked, the corresponding Word plops. When Clicking on the right Kanji, it is greyed out and cannot be clickable any further, but the roll-over will be re-displayed with the corresponding word. This is followed by the next Word until about 80% of The Kanji are gray. On the Basis of the Errors, there is then an Assessment. -German does not support (I rate in German, otherwise it would not be a Minus)-Rating at the End, but no Statistics conclusion: KTG lacks in some Places. If anything, it is better suited for Repeat than for learning from Scratch. There are better, constentionless Variants to Learn Kanji, take them if you want to learn Japanese Script.
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Microsoft from French
Attention! This game allows to revise but not to learn! Attention! As said in the title of this notice, this game is not intended to teach you anything but rather to allow you to revise what you already know. You must have bases in Japanese before you buy this game. There are many paintings to teach you, but that is all. And this game will not really teach you anything but the sine qua non condition that you are extremely disciplined. If you are actually a beginner who starts from day number 1, it is better to buy other educational games "learn Japanese to survive-Hiragana battle" for example, which is available on steam as well as support books. As an indication, there are in a large chain of stores so the name holds in four letters, so it's not hard to find. That said, this is not a reason to spit on this game. Admittedly, it is a pity that he does not explain the pronunciation of the Japanese language, which is especially important when you learn a language. Certainly it does not tell us how to draw the kanjis. By that I mean that the traits do not draw in not improvise what order. But it has at least the merit of being fair and exhaustive and being sold at a modest price. He proposes to revise the three writing of the Japanese language, namely Hiragana, katakana and Kanji. You have to see this game as a complement of course or a set of revisions exercises, but not as a course in itself. We will also note that we can do the kanjis exercises by step, which conforms to the standard of the kanjis learning system. Which is enough for me to put a thumb up. In summary, a review game that helps consolidate its achievements, but we will regret the lack of content. The fact that the game has set a deadlock on the pronunciation and the order of writing of the characters is quite bitter, and it would have been nice to devote even some explanatory sheets. Even if you put up the price of the game, that would have been justified. Apart from this, the game remains a nice way to revise and covers all Japanese characters. NB: the game I mentioned in the "spoiler" tag as well as kanji training game have a common music. I thought the devs were the same but it doesn't seem to be the case. Can someone enlighten me on the music in question? Thank you.
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