Safari Chef, a physic game for kids will soon be available on Google Play

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Miniplay, a mobile game developer for both Android and Apple with headquarters in Madrid, has announced the release of Safari Chef, a casual free-to-play puzzle game aimed at kids. While playing, they can learn about animals and their different diets. At the same time, they can also practice simple physics, since they will have to draw on the game screen to feed the animals.

Safari Chef is a physics-based puzzle game where players have to draw shapes so that the food can reach the animals on screen. They will have to put their wits to test to find the best solution: drawing the correct strokes so that the food reaches the animal it should!


–   6 different countries to visit around the 5 continents: Brazil, Spain, Greenland, Mexico, Kenya and Japan, totalling 90 different stages.

–   Over 15 different animals players can get to know and feed, with specific dietary requirements. Photos of them can be taken and collected in the “Bestiary” as stamps.

–   As players make progress, new help packs (tips) are unlocked to solve puzzles more efficiently.

–   Dozens of foods and items with unique physics make this game more enjoyable: pans, pots, cannons, sticky floor tiles and hundreds of obstacles to tackle!

–   Over 50 foods can be handled, cooked and used.

–   24 achievements are currently available, and more to come.

You can download it here

Author: BF

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