What is Ruby Rei?
Ruby Rei is a language-learning adventure game
Students join Ruby as she crash-lands on a forgotten planet at the edge of the universe. Embarking on an education epic to save her friends and return home, Ruby works on her communication skills as she meets meek monsters, awkward aliens, and a less-than-helpful lizard sidekick.
Develop speaking, reading, typing and listening skills
With Ruby Rei, students can practise reading, writing, listening and speaking, and have access to an extensive vocabulary in their target language. Alongside the exciting gameplay and beautiful visuals, students can also enjoy the professional voice acting that brings every character to life.
Let Ruby’s story draw you deeper into each lesson
RUBY REI’s learning system is built around play-based, immersive language exploration. Students learn with Ruby! She visits, she catalogues, and she communicates. With your target language chosen, go on an adventure in incidental learning.
18 STAGES TO EXPLORE
With this engaging, immersive, inspiring learning adventure, Wibbu has created a tool that has been proven to increase motivation in students by over four times the norm.
TAP TO TRANSLATE
Each line of dialogue is split into a series of translatable words that can be accessed in any order, depending on the needs and confidence of the player.
Encourage proper pronunciation and build confidence when speaking. Every line of speaking practice enhances the larger story.
Get your students typing to Ruby’s friends! With Ruby’s communication device, players engage in written conversations where they can develop their spelling and punctuation.
CONTROL YOUR PACE
There are many different ways to play the game and structure a lesson. Take it one level or environment at a time. Perhaps focus on one character or conversation. Enjoy the possibilities!
ACCOMPANYING TEACHING MATERIALS
The Ruby Rei teaching materials break down all of the teaching points that can be found in each scenario of the game. It supports learning, with comprehension, speaking practice, follow-up questions, and topics to encourage group discussion.