Data now incorporates more recent bug fixes after data recovery. The Project LRNJ WebApp data now has no conflicts with Slime Forest Adventure.
Progress on the project in general should be faster now with the recovered data.
Note: using the "Add to Home Screen" option (in the center-bottom menu of Safari, or the three-dots menu of Chrome) is recommended if you plan to use this often. It works more like an app rather than having the whole web-browser interface.
The free version of this app currently has about 200 kanji, and the registered version has nearly 2,000.
The Project LRNJ WebApp's initial function is supplementary self-directed study, with non-game reference materials and memorization tools, but I intend to upgrade it to include fun training games integrated with Slime Forest Adventure.
All major Project LRNJ announcements will be provided in the News section here for your convenience.
It's intended to become the textbook and the workbook for the Project LRNJ Japanese course, and the instruction book for the game, while the game itself is the lessons. Please don't use it to cheat while you're in a battle or a dangerous place like a cave in Slime Forest Adventure. :P
This WebApp is designed to be used primarily on a smartphone in addition to, not instead of, the main web interface at lrnj.com and the Slime Forest Adventure game, which are designed to require a desktop or notebook computer.