I bought My French Coach Level 1 as I'd learnt basic French for about a year, over 20 years ago, and was keen to refresh my knowledge and learn more.
The game starts off with a test to assess which lesson to start you with based on your previous knowledge. You can go back and refresh on the lessons previous to your starting point if you wish.
You use the stylus as you work through the lessons and games and the more points you earn from mastering the lessons the more lessons and games you unlock. I would disagree with other reviewers who though this game was not useful for learning! You can easily build up from having no knowledge and get through basic conversational French with a good understanding. As a guide the first few lessons are numbers, colours, days of the week, months, pronouns, questions and add on in a fairly logical sequence.
The games vary between multiple choice, flash cards (which is another type of multiple choice), word search, bridge building (where you put the words in the correct order to make a sentence), spelling, hit-a-word (a child orientated game of bopping gophers on the head as they appear out of a hole to select words) amongst others.
I think this game offers a good overall introduction to any age wanting to learn a new language or refresh the basics before progressing. I already have My French Coach level 2 ready for when I complete this, and definitely will try other languages too.