Wild Earth: African Safari

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Wild Earth is great!!!

by chandler on 5/12/2008

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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No guns

by A customer on 1/5/2011

Fun learning game where player shoots a camera, not a gun

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Explore the wild and capture its natural beauty on film in Wild Earth: African Safari for the Wii, a unique simulation based on the hit PC game from Super X Studios. Take award-winning pictures of exotic animals in their natural habitats without disturbing them. From running with herds of zebra to following hunting vultures and lions. Risk it all to capture and create magazine quality pictorials.


Manufacturer Eidos Interactive
Mfg Part# 01511
SKU 206867834
UPC 096427015116
UPC 14 00096427015116
Format Wii
An Exclusive New Safari Mini-Game Mode Only for the Wii lets you use the Wii Remote to play from the animal's perspective in 11 different games!
Brand New Cooperative Multiplayer Mode: Players have the choice of driving the vehicle or snapping photos while playing with anywhere from 1 to 3 friends.
Complete 11 Picture-Taking Missions with Both Primary and Secondary Objectives: Investigate the bold hyena during a midday thunderstorm. Observe gentle giraffes in the hidden valley from the aerial view of a helicopter. Meet a family of elephants as they take care of their young, etc.
Experience Accurately Presented Flora and Terrain all from the Serengeti National Park in Africa, at different times of day and in varied weather. Grasses, shrubs, flowers, kopjes (rocky outcroppings), streams and lakes provide a life-like experience and terrific photo opportunities.
Features Hours of Inspiring World Music!
Includes More Than 30 African Animals including Cheetah, crocodile, crowned crane, elephant, flamingo, frog, bat, gazelle, giraffe, hippo, hyrax, leopard, lion, ostrich, oxpecker, pangolin, rhinoceros, suricate, tortoise, trout, vulture, warthog, wildebeest, and zebra!
Photos Collected Are Placed Into an Animated Slide Show Presentation of Informative Articles: In addition, players can select their own favorite photos to keep in their portfolio.
The Impact Meter tracks how much of a disturbance you are to the natural habitat. If you disturb too many animals or get to close to them, your Wii Remote will rumble at varying degrees, making it harder to take a steady picture. If the Impact Meter becomes completely depleted, you fail the mission.
11 picture taking missions with primary and secondary objectives
Hours of inspiring soundtrack from Talking Drum records
Includes more than 30 African animals such as zebra, giraffe, frog, bat, suricate and many more
Photos collected will be featured in a slide presentation or you can keep your own portfolio
Safari mini-game in which you can play the animals' perspective using intuitive gestures via the Wii remote
Three-player cooperative mode
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Game Format Nintendo Wii
Game Genre Action
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