Summary: This is a really good game but not as good as SimAnimals Africa. First of all its a more of a realistic game in the way the animals/plants look and in the way they act. You travel to different places on the map like forests, swamp, desert but you start in a backyard and work your way from their.
Summary: Took a while to figure out what is going on and how to control it, but once I did figure it out we had a lot of fun with the kids. Gues that is what we get for not paying attenetion to the tutorial. They were 6 and 8 and the 6 year old liked it the best. She played in the forest a lot.
Summary: little harder for the kids to understand, but I liked it. Easy to carried away in the various lands & their needs, I even ended up w/ a note book to keep track of what land wanted which animals & needed what plants!
Summary: We borrowed this from the library for our 9 and 11 year old and not only do they have fun playing this game but also our older teenagers. The older children normally don't like games like this but they started playing it when they couldn't do anything else and were surprised that they had fun...
Summary: I loved the reviews about the kids devastated that animals were killed by other animals or died because of lack of care. I have three grandsons and my hope is they will really take care of the animals and not plan for their demise.