Playing is a good way to learn new things. Learning things might be a bit bored at the school, sometimes a game could motivate us and make our learning curve more reduced .
For that purpose Lingotopia was created, a video game in a version is useful to learn new languages. In the game you are a traveler lost in a city with inhabitants who speak a language that you do not know. By clicking objects and interacting with people of the city it is possible to learn new words and learn more about the language. The more you learn the more it facilitates being able to interact with the characters in the game allowing more and more as the game progresses.
Lingotopia is a language learning game about the feeling of being lost in a city where you don’t speak the language.
The game does not present great difficulty is cross-platform and is available for Linux . But the game is programmed from the perspective of an English-speaking person,so if you already have a small base in English, use Lingotopia to learn other languages like Portuguese, French, German, etc, which is not bad.
The game is in English and at the moment you can choose to learn any of the following languages: Chinese, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Hindi, Icelandic, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish or Swedish. Although some languages only have a few sentences translated.
The game is in beta phase . You can help to improve this game adding translations , see the project page for more information.