Parents' Guide to

Disney Animal Kingdom Explorers

By Erin Bell, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Social game has positive habitat conservation message.

Game Facebook 2012
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It's a shame that Facebook's 13-year-old age gate prevents younger players from enjoying Disney Animal Kingdom Explorers, because it's both fun and educational. Players are introduced to a variety of exotic wildlife -- and even if you don't know what a "kinkajou" is, you can click on a hint to see a picture and a brief description. The story is a strong point, featuring a diverse cast of characters and plot twists that tackle serious issues like poaching and deforestation. (Unfortunately, if you want to see how each episode resolves, you'll have to pay to unlock the final scene in each chapter.) Disney Animal Kingdom Explorers boasts polished production values, too, with graphics and sounds that bring both the hidden object scenes and the animal habitats to life.

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