The game has beautiful graphics and it moves like a real board game, but in 3D environment on the game board. review from Pappasappar — Read full review
Bring family, friends and classmates together with Safari Quest pass-and-play board game! In this child-friendly multiplayer board game you will get to know the inhabitants of the hot savanna and have amazing adventures in Africa! You might meet a lion, hide from rain showers, repair a bridge, scare away a snake and much more! However, only the first player to collect all 7 animal photos and reach the end of the game will win!
On top of providing hours of fun, Safari Quest offers real educational value with over 350 questions and answers about the African savanna and the animals that live there. This game is easy enough for younger kids and equally challenging and enjoyable for adults.
- Multiplayer mode – Option to play with 2 to 4 players or with 1 player against the computer.
- Huge educational value - learn interesting facts about forest, with over 350 challenging questions and answers, as well as 3 difficulty levels
- Beautiful illustrations and amazing pop-up visual effects that bring the scenes to life!
- Engaging game play- earn bonuses and sometimes lose them, get presents and complete the tasks to reach the finish line faster!
- Suitable for any age - appropriate for kids as young as 4, but is equally challenging for adults.
- Individual player settings – select the difficulty level for questions and each player’s figurine
It's an engagingly unique, 3-D board game that teaches fun facts about African animals! Helen Wagner, AppyMall — Read full review
It's a board game with a magical Jumanji-type vibe that has a whole lot of fun animal facts to learn! Jo Booth, Teathers with Apps — Read full review
What I like most about the game is the ability to customize the game difficulty for each player, allowing everyone a fair chance to win. Geeks with Juniors — Read full review
It's a great way to learn about African animals, a wonderful game for some family “together time.” on Sarah's iPad — Read full review