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Wild Earth in the Classroom

Came across this school in the UK which is using our game “Wild Earth African Safari” for the Wii extensively in their classes, and even has blogs written by the students about their experiences with the game. That really makes the project workwhile!
http://y52012.heathfieldcps.net/category/wild-earth-african-safari/

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  • Wild Earth is an adventure game that lets players explore the African wildlife while completing photography assignments.

  • Wild Earth: African Safari, to all intents and purposes, is an FPS without the urgency. You’re given tasks throughout the game which basically equate to photographing various things, ranging from proud charging animals to dung (no kidding). Fortunately, the execution is good on Wii, with marvellously simple controls. The only thing which can end your run as a photography ace is disturbing any of the local wildlife. It’s all very tree-huggy, but that’s no bad thing as we’re sure the target demographic is of the non-shooty type.Importantly, the Wii manages to produce a perfectly acceptable picture of the African savannah. While many of the animals seem slightly mechanical in movement, and seemingly obl

  • Wild Earth: African Safari, to all intents and purposes, is an FPS without the urgency. You’re given tasks throughout the game which basically equate to photographing various things, ranging from proud charging animals to dung (no kidding). Fortunately, the execution is good on Wii, with marvellously simple controls. The only thing which can end your run as a photography ace is disturbing any of the local wildlife. It’s all very tree-huggy, but that’s no bad thing as we’re sure the target demographic is of the non-shooty type.Importantly, the Wii manages to produce a perfectly acceptable picture of the African savannah. While many of the animals seem slightly mechanical in movement, and seemingly oblivious to your presence, the world as a whole feels about as real as you need it to. Sure, there’s no real personality there, but the constant mission objectives, both primary and secondary, keep you rambling through the undergrowth and enjoying it. There’s also a reasonable multiplayer option, which should give any family with lots of children a fair reason to purchase this. Essentially, if you’re after a technically reasonable photo sim, there’s little better around. Personally, we’d rather be using guns.

  • Wild Earth African Safari is a fun and educational game about wildlife living in its natural habitat. Your mission is to take pictures of animals – observing them while not disturbing their environment.The graphics are great, as the animals look very real, not cartoony. The facts given on the animals are very informative and entertaining. The narration is really easy to listen to.My 8-year-old son loves it, and can usually find the animals faster than I can. He plays with his 6-year-old sister in cooperative mode. He does the walking (or driving) and she takes pictures. It is a great game for them to play together.The mini games are fun! Our favorite game is a challenge to wash off as many muddy animals as you can with your elephant trunk!

  • Mike Morris says:

    Wild Earth African Safari is a fun and educational game about wildlife living in its natural habitat. Your mission is to take pictures of animals – observing them while not disturbing their environment.The graphics are great, as the animals look very real, not cartoony. The facts given on the animals are very informative and entertaining. The narration is really easy to listen to.My 8-year-old son loves it, and can usually find the animals faster than I can. He plays with his 6-year-old sister in cooperative mode. He does the walking (or driving) and she takes pictures. It is a great game for them to play together.The mini games are fun! Our favorite game is a challenge to wash off as many muddy animals as you can with your elephant trunk!

  • Wild Earth African Safari is a fun and educational game about wildlife living in its natural habitat. Your mission is to take pictures of animals – observing them while not disturbing their environment.The graphics are great, as the animals look very real, not cartoony. The facts given on the animals are very informative and entertaining. The narration is really easy to listen to.My 8-year-old son loves it, and can usually find the animals faster than I can. He plays with his 6-year-old sister in cooperative mode. He does the walking (or driving) and she takes pictures. It is a great game for them to play together.The mini games are fun! Our favorite game is a challenge to wash off as many muddy animals as you can with your elephant trunk!

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