Monthly Archives: March 2013


SWORD based Bible application. Study the Bible in your favorite language or version. Includes study helps: Tap a word for it’s original language and translations (KJV only at the moment). Tap a verse number for Matthew Henry’s Commentary. Change fonts

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The Last Door

The Last Door is an episodic point-and-click adventure game featuring stylish pixel-art graphics and a beautiful orchestral soundtrack, for PC and flash-enabled devices. The first chapter, simply called “The Letter”, is available now on and it is completely browser-based.

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Clicker is word processor that helps children learn to read and write. It has many unique features, including speech feedback, word prediction, pictures to write with, and the Sassoon font. OpenDyslexic is also available as an add-on. Get Clicker:

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Move And Match

Move And Match is an iPad app made to help with learning or just to have fun. Made by teachers, it lets you make movable tile based projects for students on it, or just have fun with friends. It’s great

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Kobo Mini, Glo, Aura HD

The guys at Kobo go through great lengths make their ereaders flexible to fit everyones reading habits, and have included OpenDyslexic as a font option out of the box. For the Kobo Touch, you can always easily side-load OpenDyslexic by

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Soul’s Calling Basic Handbook

From the author: A game with a laser-like focus on you stepping into your fantasy adventurer’s shoes for a rivetingly immersive experience, Soul’s Calling puts the magic back into roleplay. It’s all about how to most fully suspend your disbelief

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EDI Touch

The EDI Touch is a tablet created specifically for children with Dyslexia. It runs Android, and the default font is OpenDyslexic. It’s 9.7″ and is in an aspect ratio that matches books children are used to carrying around. It’s currently

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