YETi CGI Releases 'National Geographic Puzzle Explorer'

YETi CGI Releases 'National Geographic Puzzle Explorer’

New Mobile Game Teaches Children about Puzzle Creation and Problem Solving While Traveling Virtually Around the Globe with National Geographic

We are proud to announce National Geographic Puzzle Explorer launching today for iOS and Android devices! We look forward to seeing kids have fun and learn from our Geo Maze Maker, now available as "National Geographic Puzzle Explorer" in the iOS App Store and as "NatGeo Puzzle Explorer" on Google Play. National Geographic Puzzle Explorer is an official National Geographic licensed product designed and developed by YETi CGI with graphic design support from our friends at Carnevale Interactive and published by Fingerprint. The game is free-to-play (with in-app purchases).

With "National Geographic Puzzle Explorer," players can create their own puzzles and watch them come to life. Players place and navigate their way over foot traps in the Yucatan Peninsula, make their way across cracked ice paths that crumble in Antarctica, dodge tigers that threaten their progress in the Himalayas, explore the dark in the Nile River Valley, and much more!

Players can even share their puzzles with friends and family who can then play it on their own Android or iOS device!

National Geographic Puzzle Explorer comes with one free location and two packages for purchase ($2.99 each) that include two regions each: the Expedition Package includes Antarctica and the Himalayas; the Exploration Package includes the Nile River Valley and the Australian Outback

The game is designed to nurture cognition, creativity, and basic problem-solving skills by teaching children to design and build interactive puzzles through colorful graphics and imaginative game play. Players will learn about many of the world's diverse geographic regions by unlocking more than 45 photo facts from National Geographic. Additionally, we loved creating our free Parents and Instructors resources to help parents and teachers to get the most out of their games. We even have a Puzzle Explorer Maze Cake recipe! 

Check it out at www.NationalGeographicPuzzleExplorer.com!