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Didi & Ditto First Grade: The Wolf King is the second title of Didi & Ditto educational software series created by Kutoka Interactive. Release in late 2005 in Canada and the United States, the game teaches first grade notions to children between 5 and 7 years old.
Didi & Ditto's home, Jako's Valley, is invaded by the Wolf king and his Wolf lieutenants. The player, as either Didi (girl) or Ditto (boy), sets out to win his country's freedom back by outsmarting every single one of the king's lieutenants.
The 16 educational activities contained in the game cover addition and subtraction; shapes and forms; letters, spelling, rhymes, and nouns; identifying, classifying, and sorting objects; map reading; color mixing; creating and playing music; drawing; and problem solving.
The game received several awards on account of its educational value, its appeal to children and the quality of its design and graphics.
- 2006 - Gold Award - Parents' Choice Foundation
- 2006 - BESSIES Award - 12th Annual Best Educational Software Awards
- 2006 - Silver Award - Summit Creative Awards
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 "Didi & Ditto First Grade", Kutoka.com, retrieved July 28, 2009
- ↑ Jinny Gudmundsen. "Didi & Ditto First Grade: The Wolf King", Common Sense Media, 2005, retrieved July 28, 2009
- ↑ "Didi & Ditto -- First Grade: The Wolf King", Games4Girls.com, December 2005, retrieved July 28, 2009
- ↑ "Didi and Ditto: First Grade - The Wolf King", Moby Games, 2005, retrieved July 28, 2009
- ↑ "Didi and Ditto First Grade: The Wolf King", Game Vortex, retrieved July 28, 2009
- ↑ Tom Nelson and Mary F. O'Connor. "Didi & Ditto First Grade: The Wolf King", About.com, retrieved July 28, 2009
- ↑ Angel Menefee. "Didi & Ditto: The Wolf King", Parent's Choice, 2006, retrieved July 28, 2009
- ↑ "Winners of the 2005-06 BESSIE Awards", ComputED Gazette, 2006, retrieved July 28, 2009
- ↑ "Summit International Award Winner Search", Summit International Awards, retrieved July 28, 2009