Pysycache is an educational software:
for young children (4 to 7 years old)
the targeted users of Pysycache are young kids, but they may be older (i.e. users which aren't used to computers) or disabled persons (Pysycache used in their rehabilitation)
which main purpose is helping them in using the mouse like:
clicks (with left, right or middle buttons)
drag and drop
Pysycache has been created by Vincent DEROO in 2005 ; it has been tranlated in several languages (english, german, italian, spanish, portuguese, dutch, finnish) ; 2.0 and 2.1 versions were downloaded 7 000 times by users who are located in thirty countries. The 3.0 version were downloaded more than 13 000 times.
Pysycache is part of some curriculum (In Spain or Quebec).
Several articles had been written about Pysycache.
Pysycache was thought for an optimal use:
interface adapted to young people: the mouse cannot leave the zone of the screen, impossible to click by inadvertency at the time of an activity on a button,
adaptation of the levels: for each activity, there are three levels of difficulty (means, easy, difficult) and two modes of plays (free or directed),
on the principal menu, the activities suggested go in a logical order of use of the mouse: displacement, click, double-click then drag'n drop.
On Pysycache web site (http://www.pysycache.org/) you could find: