If you go to Wikipedia, and try to navigate from one article to another you will probably learn plenty about both subjects. More importantly, you are very likely to remember the learning because our memory works through connections. Created by Ivan Zhao, Three Degrees of Wikipedia makes this into a social game. You can not only acquiring new knowledge through solving such 3-degrees connection puzzles, but also enlightening other players by create your own puzzles.
+ Solve a problem by connecting two Wikipedia articles through their links, in 3 degrees total
+ Create problems to challenge other players, and earn “Enlightening” points (or special badges) if your problems are well-received.
+ Review your completed or favourite problems to reinforce the learning
+ “Most Enlightening Problems of the Week”
+ Abbreviated Wikipedia articles to for quicker game-play and learning that is right to the point
+ Connect to Facebook & Twitter for saving and sharing your problems.
+ Badges, badges, badges!
+ Retina Display ready
..and all of this delivered in an elegant and beautifully designed UI. A must!
Cost: $0.99 / $2.99
Developer: Three Degrees of Wikipedia
Posted on: 16/11/2010