Noun Town is giving Duolingo a run for its money. You start on an island devoid of color or inhabitants. By learning new words in your chosen language, however, you bring color and life back to the world. It’s a great concept, and it seems like an effective way to learn a new language at that. Plus, it’s a VR game, which I always love to see.
At this point in development, Noun Town supports Japanese, Chinese, French, German, Spanish, and Italian. Once the game launches, developer xealiaXR will get to work on adding Arabic, Danish, additional forms of Spanish, Portuguese (European and Brazilian), Irish, Finnish, Swedish, Korean, Russian, Hindi, Indonesian, Thai, Turkish, Urdu, Vietnamese, and Amharic. They also hope to support English as well, so someone who speaks French or Japanese could use the game to learn English instead.
Noun Town will be available on Quest and Steam VR in December 2022. You can try out the demo now on Steam.
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