Influent er et sproglæringsspil, som primært fokuserer på opbygning af ordforråd og udtale. Det er virkelig fedt.
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Bemærk: If you are purchasing Influent for the first time, choose the language you would like to learn. If you've already purchased one language, you can buy additional languages as DLC.
The game's User Interface is currently available in English, Japanese, Russian, German, Swedish, French, Spanish, Italian, European Portuguese, and Brazilian Portuguese

Køb Influent - Italiano [Learn Italian]

Køb Influent - Русский [Learn Russian]

Køb Influent - Português [Learn European Portuguese]

Køb Influent - Português do Brasil [Learn Brazilian Portuguese]

Køb Influent - Norsk [Learn Norwegian]

Køb Influent - हिन्दी [Learn Hindi]

Køb Influent - Suomi [Learn Finnish]

Køb Influent - Dansk [Learn Danish]

Køb Influent - Latina [Learn Latin]

Køb Influent - 한국어 [Learn Korean]

Køb Influent - English [Learn English]

Køb Influent - 普通话 [Learn Mandarin Chinese]

Køb Influent - български [Learn Bulgarian]

Køb Influent - Français [Learn French]

Køb Influent - Español [Learn Spanish]

Køb Influent - Deutsch [Learn German]

Køb Influent - Svenska [Learn Swedish]

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8. maj

Hindi Indie



SEE THE OFFICIAL BLOG POST HERE

Taj Mahold on a second!

I thought the release of Influent's 18th Language Pack was going to be Dutch! Hindi is totally cool and all but what gives?? And while we're at it, what's the deal with all these language pack updates!? When are we actually gonna see some real content with more words and places to explore??

-said everyone together in unison

Content Conundrum

We hear you! And when I say we, I mean me and spooky. We feel the same way about Influent in regard to more content and we'll be making a forum post to address the unique challenges facing Influent. Understand that we are self-published and our core team consists of one programmer (me) and one web designer (spooky). This project is absolutely massive in scale and big environments require big resources. But more on that in the forums. Back to Hindi!

Hindi Breakdown

Hindi is now available on both Steam and the Humble Store for existing players as DLC for $4.99 USD. New players can pick up a copy of the base game packaged together with Hindi or any of the other currently available Language Packs for $9.99 USD.

Dutch Crunch

Dutch has been delayed due to a recording malfunction in which over a hundred audio pronunciation files were mysteriously lost at the recording studio. Therefore, the release of the Dutch language pack is on hold until we can arrange for another recording session to take place. More updates to follow and thanks to everyone for your patience.

We look forward to discussing the future of Influent with those within our community who have taken an interest in our game and its further development. Until then!

अलविदा!

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16. februar

Danish Debut



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Scandinavian Success!

The release of Influent's 17th Language Pack marks the completion of all languages in the Scandinavian region! Well unless you count Iceland. Sorry Iceland! You're still really cool! No pun intended!

Danish is now available on both Steam and the Humble Store for existing players as DLC for $4.99 USD. New players can pick up a copy of the base game packaged together with Danish or any of the other currently available Language Packs for $9.99 USD.

Stay tuned for more languages coming soon. Next up, Dutch!

Held og lykke!

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Anmeldelser

“Influent er en god måde at lære nye ord på. Jeg elsker ideen er jeg elsker udførelsen. Influent får 9 ud af 10.”
9/10 – http://www.gameskinny.com/cv8lb/influent-a-fun-supplement-to-language-learning

“Det er det vilde der får Influent til at stå frem; det er der det adskiller sig fra flokken, skaber en plads i enhver respektabel studierunde.”
4/5 – http://www.hardcoregamer.com/2014/05/28/review-influent/86161/

Om dette spil

Andrew Cross er rasende!


I tre lange år, sad han begrænset af arbejde og udviklede en ny enhed som han bestemt troede på ville være et teknologisk gennembrud i måden hvorpå folk ville begå sig i verden omkring dem. En enhed som kunne skanne et objekt i den virkelige verden og så oplyse dets navn på ethvert sprog! Han navngav behørigt sin nye opfindelse "SanjigenJiten," og Andrew arrangerede en aftale for at demonstrere enhedens fantastiske evner på verdens største teknologiselskab, Technoglobe International.


Men på sit besøg faldt han for en pige han mødte i laboratoriet, og mens hun stjal hans hjerte, hoppede en anden ind og stjal hans enhed! Nu har Technoglobe trådt hurtigt frem og markedført SanjigenJiten som sin egen, og lægger endda krav på navnet han så klogt havde udtænkt!


Men Andrew Cross har en plan. Han har lavet en endnu bedre udgave af sin SanjigenJiten og har startet en online kampagne, hvor han sværger at lære 300 ord på en fremmedsprog for at skabe opmærksomhed omkring Technoglobes tydelige tyveri og bevise at hans enhed virkelig virker! Men virker SanjigenJiten virkeligt? Kan Andrew faktisk klare det?! Spil Influent og find ud af det!!!



"Ved at sænke spilleren ned i målsproget modellerer Influent nøje hvordan vi naturligt lærer vores modersprog. Jeg anbefaler at prøve Influent."
-Steve Hammond, Somnambulant-Gamer

Inspireret af gamle Dreamcast titler (nemlig Shenmue og Toy Commander) sænker Influent spillerent ind i et fuldtud interaktivt 3D-miljø hvor navnene for absolut hvert eneste objekt i spillet kan ses med et enkelt klik! Faktisk, så kan man lære endnu mere information med et dobbelt-klik! Hver dør, skuffe, reol kan åbnes med et højre-klik her og et højre-klik der, som afslører flere og flere ting der kan læres! Fyldt til toppen med hundredvis af indfødte lydudtalelser (møjsommeligt optaget specifikt til dette spil), byder Influent spillere på en unik mulighed for at nyde at lære både ordforråd og udtale i sproget de har valgt.

Med 10 sprog der i øjeblikket kan downloades kombinerer Influent glæden ved at spille et videospil med sproglæringsprocessen, som resulterer i belønninger og præstationer i virkeligheden som vil være med spillerne i resten af deres liv.

Influent: Sproglæring Redefineret.

  • Lyd fra indfødte
  • Skift synonym
  • Lær i dit eget tempo!
  • Fuldtud interaktiv moderne lejlighed
  • Over 420 ord at samle og mestre
  • Inkluderer navneord, adjektiver og verber
  • 15 sprog at vælge mellem (flere kommer snart!)


  • Hvordan præcist bør jeg købe spillet?
Hvis du er forvirret over hvordan man køber spillet, så læst venligst følgende eksempel om Mark og Patricia.

Hvis Mark vil lære Latin, så bør han købe "Influent - Latina [Learn Latin" butiksobjektet. Hvis hans kone Patricia så vil lære svensk, så bør Mark købe DLC butiksobjektet med titlen "Influent DLC Svenska [Learn Swedish]". Dette kan også gøres fra Patricias perspektiv og vil have præcist samme resultat hvor Patricia køber det svenske grundspil og så også køber Latin DLCen til Mark, hende selv, eller en anden, til at bruge på den samme computer.

  • Hvilke brugergrænsefladesprog understøttes?
Spillets brugergrænseflade er i øjeblikket kun tilgængelig på engelsk og japansk men vi vil snart udgive gratis brugergrænseflade-sprogpakker på mange sprog!

  • Har I planer om at udgive flere sprog? Hvornår???
Nye sprogpakker vil blive udgivet i takt med at de bliver færdiggjort. En fuld liste over sprog som der snart kommer kan findes på den Officielle Hjemmeside.


Tjek Fællesskabshuben for oftet stillede spørgsmål og andre fede ting!

EN KORT BAGGRUND


Influent er et sproglæringsspil som primært fokuserer på opbygning af ordforråd og udtale. Det blev først udviklet i Japan på Tsukuba Universitetets Entertainment Computing Laboratory under Monbukagakusho Government Research Scholarship.

Efter forskningsmidlerne løb tør tillod videre midler fra en vildt succesfuld Kickstarter kampagne færdiggørelse af spillet. En forskningsrapport om ideerne omkring spillet og dets anvendelser blev udgivet af Information Processing Society of Japan (IPSJ), som kan ses i dens fulde længde her.

Systemkrav

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • Styresystem: Windows XP or later
    • Hukommelse: 1 GB RAM
    • Grafik: Pretty much any 3D graphics card
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Diskplads: 1 GB tilgængelig plads
    • Yderligere bemærkninger: Made with Unity
    Minimum:
    • Styresystem: Mac OS X 10.5 or later
    • Hukommelse: 1 GB RAM
    • Grafik: Pretty much any 3D graphics card
    • Diskplads: 1 GB tilgængelig plads
    • Yderligere bemærkninger: Made with Unity
    Minimum:
    • Styresystem: Any (tested on Ubuntu)
    • Hukommelse: 1 GB RAM
    • Grafik: Pretty much any 3D graphics card
    • Diskplads: 1 GB tilgængelig plads
    • Yderligere bemærkninger: Made with Unity
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I am a language teacher and was given a free copy by the developers to review.

It is great as a platform for vocabulary acquisition but you are not going to learn a new language just by exploring somebody's apartment! I would prefer it if the developers focused on expanding the game world rather than adding more and more languages...

I will give this a thumbs up as it helped me learn quite a few French words in a short space of time. I learnt no grammar and very little I could use when speaking to people. As I said great as a 'vocabulary learning game' but not really the 'language learning game' the developers promote it as.
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Grim Gravy
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Indsendt: 7. juli
The motion sickness is horrible in this game.
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Butterfly Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ
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Good game, please add more languages, maybe greek, hebrew, ya know the older ones :)
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CAKS
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concept is different and not so bad. Worth trying . Hope everyone will like it.
But please please please add some more place ............ even its DLC.
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Index Finger
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Incredibly incompetent developer.

Save games are saved to the registry, so you lose everything if you are in need of reinstalling your OS with no way of backing up (At least not mentioned by the developer anywhere)
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Influent is a language learning game in which you wander around a 3D, cartoony rendering of a small flat, identifying everything you see in a foreign language. The spatial aspect of the game is interesting and does help you remember nouns, and the timed trials to find a list of objects is pretty good as a challenge. However, the way adjectives and verbs are handled is... interesting. They're assigned to related nouns, in a way that spans from obviously good to downright confusing. I think maybe with a lot of practice this system might make a bit more sense but I never got there.

The real killer for this as an educational application is that there is not nearly enough content. 300 words is not even remotely near enough - XKCD's famous Up Goer Five uses the top 1000 words, and you need about 3000 words to be able to put vaguely sane sounding sentences together. I can get that this isn't a full language learning application (there's no grammar at all) and that's fine. But considering all this does is teach you vocabulary, despite its other strengths, this game just doesn't teach you enough vocabulary to be useful. So despite the endearing art style, the slick Dustforce-esque soundtrack and the cool concept, this game needs an order of magnitude more content to be anywhere near worth its asking price (£7 last I checked). And remember, that's *just* for vocabulary. To pick an example to contrast, Duolingo does grammar, idiomatic usage, full text translation, pronunciation guidance *and* a much wider range of vocab, on a portable platform, for free. If you're intereseted in educational games, maybe have a look at this for an example of a slick product that partially succeeds, with ideas worth considering. But if you're actually trying to learn a language, this does far too little of just a narrow slice of what you need to be of significant use.
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All In
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So where's the game? I mean, you've got some word association minigames but what about the story? What do you actually do in this game? Good for learning the names of household items but not much actually happening, no character interactions or conversations to demonstrate the language, only one location, no story to accompany the learning process. Honestly you're probably better off with google translate.
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nieku
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Indsendt: 30. juni
Fast way to learn basic vocabulary. The Japanese pack has some mistakes, but overall it is great. So far I've only noticed minor things.
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meow
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Indsendt: 29. juni
Great for vocabulary and reading training!
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Loner Henkka
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Indsendt: 29. juni
It IS handy for learning common vocabulary but you won't be learning a language by only using this. I would personally suggest using this for gaining a broader supply of words but using the free website Duolingo at https://www.duolingo.com/ for actually learning the technical parts, like forming sentences and such stuff. Using both of these is a good way to start learning languages.
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Influent is a language learning game in which you wander around a 3D, cartoony rendering of a small flat, identifying everything you see in a foreign language. The spatial aspect of the game is interesting and does help you remember nouns, and the timed trials to find a list of objects is pretty good as a challenge. However, the way adjectives and verbs are handled is... interesting. They're assigned to related nouns, in a way that spans from obviously good to downright confusing. I think maybe with a lot of practice this system might make a bit more sense but I never got there.

The real killer for this as an educational application is that there is not nearly enough content. 300 words is not even remotely near enough - XKCD's famous Up Goer Five uses the top 1000 words, and you need about 3000 words to be able to put vaguely sane sounding sentences together. I can get that this isn't a full language learning application (there's no grammar at all) and that's fine. But considering all this does is teach you vocabulary, despite its other strengths, this game just doesn't teach you enough vocabulary to be useful. So despite the endearing art style, the slick Dustforce-esque soundtrack and the cool concept, this game needs an order of magnitude more content to be anywhere near worth its asking price (£7 last I checked). And remember, that's *just* for vocabulary. To pick an example to contrast, Duolingo does grammar, idiomatic usage, full text translation, pronunciation guidance *and* a much wider range of vocab, on a portable platform, for free. If you're intereseted in educational games, maybe have a look at this for an example of a slick product that partially succeeds, with ideas worth considering. But if you're actually trying to learn a language, this does far too little of just a narrow slice of what you need to be of significant use.
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It IS handy for learning common vocabulary but you won't be learning a language by only using this. I would personally suggest using this for gaining a broader supply of words but using the free website Duolingo at https://www.duolingo.com/ for actually learning the technical parts, like forming sentences and such stuff. Using both of these is a good way to start learning languages.
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I am a language teacher and was given a free copy by the developers to review.

It is great as a platform for vocabulary acquisition but you are not going to learn a new language just by exploring somebody's apartment! I would prefer it if the developers focused on expanding the game world rather than adding more and more languages...

I will give this a thumbs up as it helped me learn quite a few French words in a short space of time. I learnt no grammar and very little I could use when speaking to people. As I said great as a 'vocabulary learning game' but not really the 'language learning game' the developers promote it as.
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Good game, please add more languages, maybe greek, hebrew, ya know the older ones :)
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A great way to expand your vocabulary arsenal.
you will learn tons of new words, mostly everyday items.
super effective way to learn, you will acquire new words pretty fast.

Keep in mind that this aren't suppose to teach you the language, it's for increasing your vocabs
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Before you buy this game, make sure you are buying it for the RIGHT reasons. This game is amazing, exactly the kind of learning style I love and was looking for.

BUT

If you are buying this game to learn how to speak fluently (For me, fluent Japanese) by solely relying on this game and nothing else, you will be very disappointed.

If you are buying this game as just one of the many tools to help you learn a language, and you consider yourself a visual learner, then this is perfect in my opinion.

Being able to click any object in the house and instantly be told what it is called, is the next best thing to having a native speaker with you while you point at things asking what they are called. As a huge plus with using the game, you see how it is written; in Romaji, Hiragana, or Kanji depending on what you pick if learning Japanese, which helps a lot more for me personally than just hearing audio alone. Oh and I highly recommend only using Kana instead of Romaji, you will be glad you did in the long run.

The time challenge mode turns the game into a scavenger hunt, making your brain work to remember what each thing is called. I feel that having to recall something, especially with a clock counting down, helps you memorize the words.

Alongside basic nouns from clicking on things in the environment, you can also unlock adjectives and verbs associated with each noun. I really like that because it adds context in a way; like clicking on the word "bed" has the verb "to sleep" available to learn.

So in the end, please use this game as a wonderful tool to master your language alongside your many other tried-and-true methods. I am certainly enjoying it and I feel I am memorizing the words much quicker than looking at definitions in a book. The audio is also very clear and easy to understand.

As for any negatives, I just have a few suggestions rather than anything actually negative. It would be nice if you could do the time challenge mode where objects light up and you have to type in what the object is called, or maybe choose from a multiple choice list. Right now it is just one direction, you hear the word and click the right object, never the other way around. Also if there was an option to have the speaker say the word again but slowly, to catch those quick syllables.

Weather you decide this game is for you or not, please go out there and learn a new language! Trust me, it feels amazing! :)

ATTENTION, NEED TO KNOW TIPS: When doing the time challenge, you have to DOUBLE click an object to select it as your answer. I don't think it tells you that, or I didn't notice. :) Double clicking outside of the game mode, will bring up a window with more details on that object/word you are clicking. Also, when you click on your vocab list, click a word, and there is a little "eye" icon you can click to see what the word is in your native language. I also HIGHLY recommend reading all the hints at the top left of the screen to get the most out of this game, it doesn't take long to read them all. Have fun all!
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Indsendt: 22. marts 2014
Ok, so this game seemed great at first glance. The whole concept of studying language while playing a videogame probably seems fantastic for every gamer like me, who also likes to broaden his knowledge everyday. However, Influent isn't what I expected it to be. I didn't do much research before buying, just a short review by someone who generally praised the game but mentioned lack of insight on japanese "kanji", which immediately put japanese pack off my to-buy list. Therefore for starters, I picked up french pack.

After a bit more than 1 hour of playtime, I can pretty much say that for me the game is a large disappointment. The whole game is situated in a small condo which contains about 400 different objects that you can interract with, and consequently learn more about them in order to improve your vocabulary. Those consist mostly out of basic household items.
In French, gender is of crucial importance, and although the game tells you which gender a certain object is, when you actually learn them, gender pronouns or indefinite articles are excluded from the actual word. For example instead of "une lampe" or "la lampe" you'll study "lampe", which means you'll still need to study gender separatly. Furthermore, the game doesn't cover one bit of grammar.

The game itself isn't particularly fun either, since one is as already mentioned, trapped inside a small condo. If the game would include also some other everyday areas like playground, trainstation, gym, school etc. it would vastly improve the vocabulary covered, but I'm afraid this will either never be available or will be purchasable as a "dlc", for which I honestly wouldn't waste a cent anymore since I don't consider the 400 foreign words to be worth of 10€, while you can learn them for free in (in a sense of content) much better covered "game" called Duolingo, or Anki.

Summary: I love the basic idea, but it lacks a lot of content. Although it is obviously considered as a supplement to your language studies, I still believe that it could've included a lot more than just bare 400 words.
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So far, 30% of the words have been loan-words (katakana). The rest are alternatives to the same word; verbs, which losely apply to the nouns they're tied to; and maybe 10% are adjectives which are the only thing I can imagine being useful in everyday speech.

You're confined to a tiny apartment and although you can open cupboards and drawers you find mostly duplicate items of what's laying around. There are no ways to look out into the world beyond the apartment and nothing to offer beyond basic vocabulary that you can get for free at a site like Memrise.com
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GREAT CONCEPT BUT LACKING CONTENT

First off you must understand this is a vocabulary learning game and nothing more. If you dont have another form of learning the language this game is pretty much useless. I got this to brush up on french I had learned in high school. I paid $5 for it on sale and even at that price felt slightly disappointed. I had no idea you would be restricted to a one bedroom apartment with access to only learning 400 mundane names of household items. If this game was expanded to a small town type environment where you could go to say the store, a trainstation, etc. This game would be 5 stars, If a DLC was released with at least an equal number of new words in a new environment i would consider paying another $5 for it.
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(This review is about the German version of the game)

Numerous items in this game can be highlighted separately despite not having own words associated to them (for example parts of a light switch), numerous words are pronounced weirdly, there are multiple speakers pronouncing them and at least one of them is really bad at the language, some German nouns chosen only fit poorly, and some are flat out wrong (flowers in their pots are surrounded by "garbage"...; "bottles" become "cans"), while the 'synonyms' listed leave much to be desired.
A good few of the objects in the game are also extremely American, like extensive baseball equipment, or skateboards, and won't be seen in many of the countries whose languages the different DLCs aim to help with.
Considering how long this has been on Steam without such things being rectified, I can't assume that any of the above will be fixed in further patches.

Before the "screen" becomes a "computer", I can't quite view this as jolly.

It gets downright infuriating in the time attack tests when it asks you for a "pen", and it actually wants the "pencil", while the "pen" is viewed as wrong (bonus: only the pencil can "write", the pen can't...), or when it wants a "lamp", and the "light" is seen as a fundamentally different creature.


Edit:
By now, I've found dozens of wrongly pronounced words, as well as a bunch with wrongly assigned genders.
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