Spanish edutainment company CMY is releasing two new lines into the interactive-learning arena: ABBY and Aymun.
An interesting feature built into both games is the ability to run them in either Spanish or English, which gives younger gamers the added bonus of learning a foreign language through immersion (if he or she chooses to). Both lines allow children to partake of activities ranging from first to sixth grade. Both adventure titles have fully rendered 3D movies cutscenese and follow the company's philosophy of teaching and continuing the education of kids without using violence.
"To have Aymun and ABBY simultaneously in English and Spanish is a great advantage for our Spanish and American markets. Besides entertainment and adventures, children will be able to practice languages, an added benefit to sharpening their scholastic skills," said Antonio Romero, VP of International Sales. "We also think that Aymun and ABBY will be great tools for teachers and educators in the diverse population of the United States."
In order to make the games more accessible, all CMY games are compatible for PC, Macintosh and Linux, making it available for practically any gamer. Look for these new localized games this Fall.