It’s the era of animal games. Right from Dragon Slayers to Cut the Rope, everybody has one or another animal game on their mobiles, tablets, and computers. Here are the 3 of my most favorite animal games, thanks to my kid
World of Madagascar
This penguin game is my current favorite. I really don’t mind when the kids are on it for hours because this is one penguin game that is as fun as it is educational. Accompany Skipper, Kowalski, Rico and Private on secret missions to save baby animals from the clutches of the very vile Dave and his henchmen. With packets of Cheezy Dibbles in hand and your math and science knowledge brushed up in the head, embark on the virtual adventure with the classic Penguin characters from the popular movie Penguins of Madagascar. The penguin game is set across Central Park Zoo, the Times Square, Coney Island, Venice, and the Penguins’ Headquarters. While in the game, steer through the canals and gondolas in Venice to explore its history and culture; the information kiosks around Venice will share informative historical facts about Italy with you!
Stella (Angry Birds)
Get ready for a new adventure in the land of Angry Birds. Stella, the second spin-off from the Angry Bird series, is here and has taken users by storm! With a burst of fruity colors, mostly guava pink, lemony yellow, and kiwi green, Stella has a new story to tell. While the original Angry Birds were out there to fight pigs who stole their eggs, Stella and the company have ganged up to retrieve a few household items that the vile pigs have stolen from their tree house. Stella is all about empowerment and inspiration, without forgetting the entertainment in gaming. Michael Hed, CEO of Rovio Entertainment claims “Angry Birds Stella is breaking the mold by introducing strong, passionate characters who really stand for something, while adding plenty of action and reality into the mix”. Welcome the first female Angry Birds and have them swing their catapults to defeat the evil pigs another time.
Where’s My Water
Channel water to the fastidious alligator, named Swampy, so that it can take a shower and send you off to the next level in “Where’s My Water”. Even though the success of the alligator game prompted its developers to release “Where’s My Valentine?”, “Where’s My Perry?”, and “Where’s My Mickey?”, none of them have been as successful as the first one. Swampy, who lives in the sewer system, hates staying dirty. Cranky, another alligator who also lives in the sewer, disrupts the water supply to Swampy’s home. The water can be seen either stored in small pools or flowing endlessly from pipes but unable to reach Swampy. Players will have to dig through the dirt, using finger movements on their touch screen phones, and make way for the water to reach Swampy. The challenges along the way make the game as interesting as my last two Bird and Penguin game!