Rosetta Stone Rolls Out Its Game Prospero to More Customers

We’re excited to announce that our popular and challenging Rosetta World game Prospero is now available for Rosetta Stone Version 4 TOTALe learners of French, Italian, German, English (American), and Spanish (Latin America)!

In this game, players use the grammar and pronunciation skills they’ve developed in Rosetta Course to dig for buried treasure on a desert island. Learners are provided with visual clues that they must first use to construct phrases. Then they speak these phrases into their microphone to be judged by our speech-recognition technology. Each correctly pronounced phrase earns learners gold, and the player with the most gold at the end of the game wins.

Head to Rosetta World and check out Prospero today!

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An image of the Rosetta World game Prospero being played in German.

Alexie Harper

Alexie is Executive Producer of the Worlds team at Rosetta Stone. Her past projects include work on Rosetta Stone Studio, Version 3, and social media. She graduated from Harvard University with a B.A. in English and a citation in Italian, and is currently pursuing an M.A. from NYU in Irish and Irish-American Studies. She is studying Irish with Rosetta Stone.
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