New Wii U Project – Ohayou! Beginner’s Japanese

Hello, everyone. We at Finger Gun Games will like to introduce our new project: Ohayou! Beginner’s Japanese. It is an educational game that will teach you the basics of Japanese Hiragana and Katakana. For the Nintendo Wii U, the instructors Asuka and Kenji will give you teachings on the TV screen. The player will use the Wii U GamePad to navigate menus and turn around digital flash cards to give them more details on a chosen Japanese character, such as its romaji relation and a vocal pronunciation of it, all with just a touch of the finger. When you think you’re ready to test your knowledge, you can then participate in the memory games where you will use your finger like a sword to “cut” across the correct cards that match up with an indicated romaji or vocal sound. Score high in the various levels of the matching games and you will become a Hiragana Samurai and a Katakana Ninja!

Available now on iPhone, iPad, Android, and Nintendo Wii U!



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2 thoughts on “New Wii U Project – Ohayou! Beginner’s Japanese”

  1. Aw, man, this looks nice! Such a shame I don’t have Wii U… T_T
    By the look of it, something like this would be really nice to casually play on 3ds, like, while you’re waiting or on a bus or something. If 3ds release ever happens, I definitely would buy it.

  2. Nice! Can’t wait for this game to hit the Wii U! I’ve always been wanting to get around to learning hiragana and katakana sometime and this game looks to be a pretty fun learning tool! Can’t wait for a release date! :D

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