Influent is a Language Learning Game focusing primarily on vocabulary acquisition and pronunciation while giving players the freedom to learn what they want without pencils or books!
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Release Date: Mar 20, 2014

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The game's User Interface is currently available in English, Japanese, Russian, German, Swedish, French, Spanish, Italian, European Portuguese, and Brazilian Portuguese

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Recent updates View all (10)

May 8

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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February 16

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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Reviews

“Influent is a great way to learn new vocabulary. I love the idea and I love the execution. Influent gets a 9 out of 10.”
9/10 – http://www.gameskinny.com/cv8lb/influent-a-fun-supplement-to-language-learning

“It’s that gaminess that makes Influent stand out; it’s where it separates itself from the pack, chiseling a place in any respectable study round.”
4/5 – http://www.hardcoregamer.com/2014/05/28/review-influent/86161/

About This Game

Andrew Cross is infuriated!


For three long years, he sat confined to his work, developing a device that he firmly believed to be a technological breakthrough in the way people would interact with the world around them. A device that could scan any object in the real world and then provide its name in any language! Duly dubbing his fancy new invention the "SanjigenJiten," Andrew arranged an appointment to demonstrate the device's amazing capabilities at the world's largest technology corporation, Technoglobe International.


But while on his visit, he fell for a girl he met in the lab, and while she stole his heart, someone else silently stepped in and stole his device! Now, Technoglobe has gone and swiftly marketed the SanjigenJiten as their own, even laying claim to the very name he had so cleverly concocted!


But Andrew Cross has a plan. He's made an even better version of his SanjigenJiten and launched an online campaign, swearing to learn 300 words in a foreign language to raise awareness of Technoglobe's blatant theft and prove his device really works! But does the SanjigenJiten really work? Can Andrew actually pull it off?! Play Influent and find out!!!



“By immersing the player in the target language, Influent closely models the way we naturally learn our native language. I suggest giving Influent a try.”
-Steve Hammond, Somnambulant-Gamer

Inspired by Dreamcast titles of old (namely Shenmue and Toy Commander) Influent immerses players in a fully interactive 3D environment where the names for absolutely every object in the game can be gleaned with a single click! In fact, even more information can be learned with a double-click! Every door, drawer, and cabinet can be opened with a right-click here and a right-click there, revealing more and more things to be learned! Packed to the brim with hundreds of native audio pronunciations (painstakingly recorded specifically for this game), Influent offers players a unique opportunity to enjoy learning both vocabulary and pronunciation in the language of their choice.

With 10 languages currently available for download, Influent combines the joys of playing a video game with the language learning process, resulting in real-life rewards and achievements that will remain with players for the rest of their lives.

Influent: Language Learning Redefined.

  • Audio from native speakers
  • Synonym swap functionality
  • Learn at your own pace!
  • Fully interactive modern apartment
  • Over 420 words to collect and master
  • Includes Nouns, Adjectives, and Verbs
  • 15+ Languages to choose from (more coming soon!)


  • How exactly should I purchase the game?
If you're confused about how to purchase the game, please read the following example about Mark and Patricia.

If Mark wants to learn Latin, he should purchase the "Influent - Latina [Learn Latin]" store item. If his wife Patricia then wants to learn Swedish, Mark should then purchase the DLC store item entitled "Influent DLC - Svenska [Learn Swedish]." This can also be done from Patricia's perspective and will have the exact same result with Patricia purchasing the Swedish base game and then also buying the Latin DLC for Mark, herself, or even anyone else, to use on the same computer.

  • Do you have plans to release more languages? When???
New Language Packs will be released as they are completed. A full list of languages that are coming soon can be found on the Official Website.


Check out the Community Hub for Frequently Asked Questions and other cool stuff!

A BRIEF BACKGROUND


Influent is a Language Learning Game focusing primarily on vocabulary acquisition and pronunciation. It was initially developed in Japan at the University of Tsukuba's Entertainment Computing Laboratory under the Monbukagakusho Government Research Scholarship.

After research funding ran out, further funding from a wildly successful Kickstarter Campaign allowed for the completion of the game. A research paper on the ideas surrounding the game and its applications was published by the Information Processing Society of Japan (IPSJ), which can be viewed in its entirety here.

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP or later
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Pretty much any 3D graphics card
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Made with Unity
    Minimum:
    • OS: Mac OS X 10.5 or later
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Pretty much any 3D graphics card
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Made with Unity
    Minimum:
    • OS: Any (tested on Ubuntu)
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Pretty much any 3D graphics card
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Made with Unity
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Cartenz
( 1.3 hrs on record )
Posted: June 29
8/10. I'm using Japanese DLC.

Pros:
+ easy to play. very good for audio/visual learner
+ good for improving vocabulary & pronunciation
+ good for beginner to start learning new language

Cons:
- lack of content, not recommended for advanced learning
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Sique
( 7.8 hrs on record )
Posted: June 26
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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Sparrow The Sissy
( 18.4 hrs on record )
Posted: June 25
Pretty engaging scavenger hunt game that works similarly to running through vocabulary flash cards. Words are shown in English and in the language you're learning, either written as they sound or in the language itself, and all the words have an audio pronounciation you can listen to. You can even play the quiz/flash-card games based only on the sound of the words. To me the biggest downside is the lack of full sentences or grammar lessons, so as this game is right now there's no real way to learn a language at the level you would from taking a real foreign language class. If you have other resources to help you with the language and you want to spend some of your spare time doing something that feels video-gamey to make a little progress with the language, then this is probably one of your best choices right now (especially considering how expensive language-learning software can be).
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sir loins
( 2.4 hrs on record )
Posted: June 24
I was well aware that this is simply a vocabulary building game. I was fine with that because I'm taking a Japanese course currently so I thought it would be a good way to study words I wanted to. My first problem is the vocabulary lists, which you can only have 10 words per list. It would have been really nice if I could create my own lists and quiz myself on chunks of words that I choose. I was trying to make my own lists but I ended up clicking on a word I didn't want to add yet, and then realised I couldn't remove it after. What's even worse about all that is that I didn't "learn" the word so everytime it came up again in the quiz part I had no clue what it was. (I only had the hiragana on, since using romanji as a crutch makes it harder to learn to read the language.)

I was also really disappointed in the amount of words and the words chosen for the game. (As someone mentioned, there are a lot of borrowed words that are in katakana, so they're pretty obvious.) The fact that I also had to earn stars to unlock the other words of adjectives and verbs for an item seemed really weird and inhibited my learning.

ALSO there were WAY TOO MANY BOOKS. There were multiple books in pretty much every room, but there was only one pen in one spot and it's so small that I clicked the desk and got it wrong. :/ If your going to have dulplicates of the objects, have dulplicates of many other items, not just a lot of one.

Honestly, I made flashcards in real life with the hiragana on them and stuck them on the objects in my house. It's basically the concept of the game, but when ever I'm using the objects in my life I see the card and say the name in Japanese. If they had more than just the little condo, like going to a school, or restaurant, etc. the game would be more worthwhile, but I think I'll stick with studying around my house.

It's a cute idea, I just don't think it was well executed.
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DevilsAdvocate
( 1.7 hrs on record )
Posted: June 22
I'm really sick of people giving this game such a glowing review when it fails to accomplish anything but to be a complete waste of time. DO NOT BUY THIS GAME THINKING THAT IT WILL TEACH YOU A LANGUAGE. It fails miserably at teaching anything except for a few simple words. There is absolutely NOTHING worthwhile here.
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Miharu
( 19.0 hrs on record )
Posted: June 17
I have the French version:

A fun way to learn and remember words for some simple, everyday objects. I’m more of a visual learner, so I’ve really enjoyed this. My only complaint is that I wish that they’d given words like colours multiple correct answers, for example, for “yellow” to not only have "banana" as an answer, but all other objects that are yellow. It's silly that you need to remember the exact object whenever you want to quiz yourself. I understand that for some other adjectives, like “interesting”, it’s a bit more difficult to relate an object to. This is mainly a great game to learn nouns with, and not so much for adjectives and verbs.
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ShadowTemplar59
( 6.6 hrs on record )
Posted: June 12
Influent is a language learning game that was orginally was a kickstarter. What this game lacks for deepth is makes up for the sheer number of languages avaible. This game excels at teaching your vocabulary for items your would find around the house, but doesn't teach your any grammer for stanx for sentances. Still for $10 for the fist language and $5 for each language after you can't be to picky. Also this game is often on sale either on Steam or in a Humble Bundle, so if the price is still a little steep for you you can wait for a sale. I would recommend this game to anyone just starting to learn a language or to someone who is strugging with vocabulary for a language given language.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYG7uYwIv30
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Reggaeweirdo
( 62.2 hrs on record )
Posted: June 9
Besides the repeating music, this game is very good. It is challenging in a way that is both eductaional and enjoyable. I am hoping to soon own all DLC it has to offer! Have a good one, and my Influent be with you!
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Witchling
( 5.4 hrs on record )
Posted: June 9
I'm in love with this game. Learning any language, I'd struggle tremendously with vocabulary because I'd get so excited about the grammar; and douzens of flashcards alone, while effective, can be extremely tedious; so when it came to practising with native speakers it was a real struggle. I've had this game for only three days and already I can have someone point at a random object in my house and name it. If your target language has a writing system that's new to you, using goofy flashcards in conjunction with this game makes learning vocabulary both easy and a blast.
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エッチ猫
( 0.6 hrs on record )
Posted: June 6
I'm using Japanese version
Good for study words, only Nouns

For verb and adjective is terrible.

For example,
The game let me find "Red color" I answer wall which it is "Red color" but it said WRONG!!!
I have to answer the apple only which is "Red color". it is strange
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9 of 9 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
15.7 hrs on record
Posted: June 2
Never thought i could learn 420 words this fast.

Strongly recommend, Just wish there was more words to learn.
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
3.0 hrs on record
Posted: May 30
(For the Russian version) For learning the names of the items around you daily, this program is great. As for actually learning conversational Russian... not so much. Also it doesn't break down letters or syllabuls to ensure proper reading (I can only imagine how difficult this would be if you were trying to learn a far eastern language).
Another thing I noticed is they use selective words over general words in some cases. For example: Шляпа (Shlyapa) does mean 'hat' but it refers to a certain kind of hat like a fedora - the general term for 'hat' is actually Шапка (Shapka). I saw this again with the shirts. Each shirt in this game was Рубашка (Roobashka) which is more of a dress shirt or collared shirt - you would use Футболка (Footbolka) for T-shirt.

I could see this game having a LOT of potential if it were to go in the right direction.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
7.8 hrs on record
Posted: June 26
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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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
19.0 hrs on record
Posted: June 17
I have the French version:

A fun way to learn and remember words for some simple, everyday objects. I’m more of a visual learner, so I’ve really enjoyed this. My only complaint is that I wish that they’d given words like colours multiple correct answers, for example, for “yellow” to not only have "banana" as an answer, but all other objects that are yellow. It's silly that you need to remember the exact object whenever you want to quiz yourself. I understand that for some other adjectives, like “interesting”, it’s a bit more difficult to relate an object to. This is mainly a great game to learn nouns with, and not so much for adjectives and verbs.
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346 of 361 people (96%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
6.1 hrs on record
Posted: October 23, 2014
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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574 of 633 people (91%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
2.5 hrs on record
Posted: March 22, 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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Not Recommended
1.3 hrs on record
Posted: March 20, 2014
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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148 of 163 people (91%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
1.0 hrs on record
Posted: December 29, 2014
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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121 of 135 people (90%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
2.7 hrs on record
Posted: February 12, 2015
(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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356 of 461 people (77%) found this review helpful
20 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.4 hrs on record
Posted: December 13, 2015
Influent is not useful for learning a new language. Walk through a landscape and learn a smattering of nouns for household objects and nothing else. No grammer rules, no other words, no cultural context. Can you guys even understand how useless that is? Learning how to say random words for objects you will probably not need to talk about without ever communicating anything about them whatsoever?

Hell, you wll never need most of these nouns as a beginning student of a foreign language anyways. It would be far more useful to simply learn how to say "How do you say this?" in whatever language you are learning so you can learn words that are actually useful to you.

I learned way more useful information on youtube videos in an hour than I ever did with this.

The only good thing about this is the soundtrack by Lifeformed. It is the soundtrack from the game Dustforce and it is truly excellent. I have no idea why it is in this product.

You will not learn how to communicate a single complete thought or simple sentence with this software .
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