Lola’s ABC Party is now available for Nintendo 3DS

Join millions of Lola Panda® fans and get a taste of her brand new party game!

Lola’s ABC Party has been designed for children between 3 and 6 years. The game gets more and more challenging as the player masters letters and phonetic tasks.
After completing some educational tasks it’s time for the reward. Players can prepare their own party, make ice cream portions or decorate the party venue. Learning the alphabet is fun in Lola’s ABC Party! This educational game teaches the alphabet to preschoolers while they are having a blast!

Children and teachers have praised the polished design of Lola’s ABC Party in their reviews, says producer Miska Fredman. “The feedback from our teacher test group has been extremely valuable and this game really helps children to learn ABCs and form words. It was great to see how kindergarten and preschool children really loved the game in our test sessions.”

Lola’s ABC Party is available in Nintendo eShop in North America for $3.99. Join the Party! Lola Panda™ invites you and all of her friends to a party! Lola’s ABC Party is another engaging, educational game from the Lola Panda™ series. Let’s begin the game – it’s ice cream time!

BeiZ, the inventor of Lola Panda™ series, is a game studio that concentrates on providing enjoyable educational solutions and non-violent games for children. BeiZ also assists its partners in publishing their games and mobile content. BeiZ has its headquarters in Finland and operations also in China. Copyright © 2014 BeiZ Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

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