iCubis Inc. (CEO Jang Uk-gi) is developing "Muddly Monsters", an app that simultaneously teaches children both English and life's habits.
The app's name "Muddly Monsters" is based on a game story. "Arron", the game's human character, makes dolls out of clay. While the dolls are being dried, a meteor falls from the sky next to Arron's house -- and the dolls come to life. Arron teaches his monster friends how to survive on Earth.
The company used the words "mud" and "muddly", which means "stupid and dull", and named the app "Muddly Monsters".
This is an interactive app that teaches children English and life's habits. Children can select the time on the main screen and listen to things they have to do in the selected time.
Unlike most study-focused English education apps, iCubis' "Muddly Monsters" enables children to experience daily tasks -- all with monsters -- so they can naturally learn both English and life's habits in a friendly way.
"Muddly Monsters" has a total of eight stages. The contents consist of the stage "Wake-up" at 7 a.m., "Wear" at 8 a.m., "Eat" at 12 p.m., and "Share" at 2 p.m. The others consist of "Clean-up" at 5 p.m., "Wash" at 7 p.m., "Turn-off" at 9 p.m., and "Sleep" at 10 p.m.
This enjoyable English education app is designed to help children who are addicted to smartphones have fun while studying.
"Muddly Monsters" will be launched on Google Play and Apple's App Store. The launch of the PC version is not yet planned, but the company is currently considering developing it as it has received many requests.
(Picture description: iCubis CEO Jang Uk-gi)
(Picture description: The human character "Arron" on the app "Muddly Monsters")