I am interested in having a game designed that will accompany a children's counting book (numbers 1-20). It will be geared towards children aged 2-4. The point of the game is to reinforce counting skills.
The game will be based on the Lockheed Martin C-130 aircraft. I envision the children having a panel of aircraft pieces ( engines, propellers, fuselage, wheels, tail empannage, windshield, doors, wings etc..NOT nuts and bolts.) They find the correct number of pieces and drag them to assemble the aircraft, i.e. one fuselage, two wings, three pieces in the empannage, four engines, five something, etc... Once the aircraft is assembled they can move to another level. It can take off and run through some of the missions of the c-130 which they control by responding to counting prompts of some sort. Fighting fires, evacuating wounded, resupplying research stations by dropping equipment and supplies, search and rescue. I imagine this will be played on an iphone, android, tablet, not a gaming device - they are two to four. One level could be dedicated to a memory game. They have a grid of "cards" that they "flip" to locate an airplane item. Perhaps have the written numbers at the top in a line with the item they have to find. There have to be at least 10 different iterations of counting. They can be progressive-identify the pieces, assemble the pieces, fly the plane through a numbered route to collect the numbers in the hold, etc... or stand alone like a memory game format. The time frame is about 30 days from the start. Is this something you might be interested in? I now notice I have written this under the VR listing. I just want the non-VR type game.