AutumnPioneer, a creative game development studio, has just launched their new game, Shashingo: Learn Japanese with Photography, on Kickstarter.
Shashingo is not your typical language-learning game. Instead of relying on traditional flashcards or vocabulary drills, the game takes a more immersive approach to language learning. By using photographs as a learning tool, users can learn new words and phrases in a natural and intuitive way, while also enjoying the beautiful visuals that the game has to offer.
The game is set in various locations around Japan, each with its unique scenery and cultural significance. As players progress through the game, they will encounter various challenges and puzzles that will test their knowledge of Japanese vocabulary and grammar. The game also features a variety of mini-games and quizzes that help reinforce the concepts learned throughout the game.
The game is suitable for players of all ages and skill levels, whether you’re a complete beginner or an advanced learner. It’s a great way to supplement traditional language learning methods or to simply have fun while exploring the beauty and culture of Japan.
Shashingo: Learn Japanese with Photography Kickstarter Campaign
Shashingo has been in development for several months, and we first noticed the game at the Wholesome Direct in 2021. Fortunately, the team at AutumnPioneer has put a lot of time and effort into creating a high-quality product that is both educational and entertaining. The Kickstarter campaign offers backers the chance to be among the first to play the game and support a unique and exciting new way to learn Japanese. You can support the project by clicking here.
So, if you’re interested in learning Japanese and want to try a new and fun way to do it, head over to the Shashingo Kickstarter page and show your support for this innovative new game. With your help, AutumnPioneer can make Shashingo a reality and bring the joy of learning Japanese to players around the world.
Shashingo: Learn Japanese with Photography is now live on Kickstarter. Alternatively, you can wishlist the game on Steam.