Parents interested in teaching their young children how to code may be worth checking out the new Tangiplay system, designed for children aged four and above. The unique interactive experience offers icon-based gameplay and has been inspired by Montessori offering STEM logic training for youngsters. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the hands-on learning toy with a companion application to provide even more interaction.
Launched via Kickstarter this week early bird pledges are available from $59 or £47 offering a considerable 46% discount off the recommended retail price. Full goes to plan worldwide shipping is expected to commence sometime during December 2019. The design team behind Tangiplay explain more about its inspiration design and functionality.
“To make sure kids love Tangiplay at first sight, we created a design full of character. The cute and colourful robots with a sense of technology are the instant winner among kids and parents. They can also be customised by swapping their expressions. Every kid loves a ‘WOW’ moment, it’s what gets the imagination moving. As kids can be easily distracted, we created a whole new way to keep them thinking through interactive and engaging challenges that requires them to press, slide or rotate the toys on the tablet. Tangiplay is super easy for kids to catch on with. Kids will soon know how to play it simply by following the game instructions.”
“Tangiplay offers more than 120 puzzles with different themes and backgrounds. They are easy to play, but challenges come little by little. Kids are always encouraged to explore and find advanced solution. We’ll have more puzzles to come later in the years. With the replaceable emoji faces, children can change the robot’s faces according to their moods and use the robots to create their own stories. These enhance children’s creativeness, happiness and enjoyment. “
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