Animal: Educational Kids Game has been made to achieve one purpose: to add fun in the process of learning for kids. This way, it will be easier for the kids to choose to do something constructive. This game brings the zoo to your phone and gives the kids and opportunity to see animals in their natural environment. What’s more? It’s not only about wild animals. The game also has a number of farm animals for the kids to interact with. Let’s take a closer look at what this this educational kids game will do for you.
Animal: Educational Kids Game Review
Just like the name suggests, this game gives kids the challenge of identifying animals. The young ones will be given photos and they will be expected to identify the different animals in the picture. To make the game even more interesting, the developers have added some extra challenges like a need to find all animals before it gets dark, jigsaw puzzles, quizzes etc. The game’s objectives are simple to explain to kids hence the game can be comfortably played by kids as young as 2 years old.
This game has plenty of challenges for the kids to try and overcome. Each challenge tries to teach the kid something about an animal that’s found in one of the five continents. To make sure that the game doesn’t become boring or monotonous after the first few attempts, the developers have used 144 different animals found in different parts of the world.
One of the challenges found in this game is the “Where is…” challenge. Here, the kids are expected to find a certain type of animal that’s somewhere in the given scenery. This is done by scrolling to try and see the location of the animal. The reward is a card. Another interesting challenge is the “Take a photo”. Here, kids are expected to look for all the animals in the scenery then they will be given a camera. This serves as a good motivation because it encourages the kids to play so that they can unlock the ability to fully ‘enjoy’ the ride by taking photos. Another challenge is the “Make a jigsaw” challenge that gives kids the ability to make jigsaw puzzles using the photos that they have taken using the camera. This can be very engaging for older kids.
“Night is falling” is another challenge that really impressed us in this game. This is some sort of a time challenge where the kids are expected to find all the animals before the time expires. However, the game doesn’t have a countdown timer to do the timing. The timer is the sun. Kids are expected to find the animals before it gets dark. This one is very thrilling and will keep kids on their toes until they get all animals.
The whole idea of a game to teach kids more about animals in a fun and intuitive way is a unique aspect of the game. Other aspects include the ability to hear the animal names in four different languages that really go a long way in introducing kids to these new languages. Others include quizzes and more than 200 audio commentaries.
For such a great idea well implemented, it was really difficult for us to pinpoint even one flaw. The only thing that we’ll mention here is that just like any thing that involves quizzes, the questions may be irrelevant for kids on the extremes of the recommended ages. That aside, this is a great app!