Development of Word Game Algorithm for Learning Javanese Script
Keywords:Javanese Script, Word Game, Web Learning, Multimedia Application
of respondents agree that the web application is necessary and useful to learn Javanese script. The application provides positive benefit to the users such as students who still need to learn Javanese script in schools with 97% average success rate to run the game
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