The app is a part of Tinybop's Explorer's Library acquaints kids with topics such as anatomy or geology

If you live in an urban environment, you’re likely well acquainted with skyscrapers–the structures which part the clouds and quite literally scrape the sky. But for all those buildings we take for granted, how many of us can actually say we understand the intricate geometries and complex mechanics required to make them stand? A new app by Tinybop looks to teach children the inner workings of the high-rises we all take for granted by putting them in charge of their own city skyline. Skyscrapers marks the appmaker’s seventh entry in their “Explorer’s Library,” which looks to acquaint younglings with high-level topics such as anatomy or geology through easy-to-digest, comprehensible materials.

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