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I have released a free mobile app to help people learn programming - it has two games to play!

 
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Hey, uh, green horns? Mouseketeers?

I have just released my mobile app, wibbler, to the android (gogle play) and amazon store (submitted, anyway).

The app is free, and has more than 1000 questions.

It covers Java (SCJP), JavaSCript, HTML, CSS and regex - mostly Java, with a smattering 100 or so) questions on the others.

I'd really like feedback from people if this is *useful*, or if I've done anything dumb, or anything else you might like to say!

The google play store link is here

I have no idea where the flight is on the amazon store... yet. But it should be under "wibbler"?

thanks,
andrew
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Kitten Game!
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Ninja Game!
 
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Seems cool game.
But i prefer more simple for kids. As you know kids start to learn computers about 9 years old these days
 
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I tried this app out recently, and would like to commend you on a job well done as far as the interface and game elements are concerned. This app is more than just lists of questions and ads to generate revenue, which I really liked.

However, there are times when the question format fouls up and you get many questions on one screen and cannot see the question being asked. Also, there are a couple of essential Java questions that need correcting (they are in the minority).

Therefore, I would like to know if you are still working on this, and if you would benefit from some input. As I said, I really like the app, and I think with some minor fixes could be the go-to app for drilling Java concepts.

_kingfisher

 
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cool apps
 
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