New Icelandic Computer Game Hits the Market Skip to content

New Icelandic Computer Game Hits the Market

The Icelandic computer game The Moogies by Plain Vanilla was distributed on the internet for the first time last week and is available in Apple App stores around the world. The American gaming giant Electronic Arts is responsible for the distribution.

moogies_screenshot

A screenshot from the game’s website.

The Moogies is designed for iPads and mobile phones, of which approximately 250 million are being used worldwide, and is intended for young children ages two to six, ruv.is reports.

It is described as an interactive educational game where children can learn about technology, science and arts in an entertaining manner under the guidance of a pig, parrot, horse or cock.

The children’s native languages or speech development are irrelevant and so children from different countries can play the game.

ESA

Sign up for our weekly newsletter

Get news from Iceland, photos, and in-depth stories delivered to your inbox every week!

* indicates required

Subscribe to Iceland Review

In-depth stories and high-quality photography showcasing life in Iceland!

Share article

Facebook
Twitter