Snapimals: Discover Animals

Snapimals: Discover Animals

Snapimals: Discover Animals is an app for children who want to learn more about animals around the world. This free Android game does exactly this and more!

The game is based on a story, in which the wealthy Captain wants to build the greatest animal museum on Earth. The thing is that the museum will not house animals. Instead it will be a place where pictures of animals will be hung for everyone to see. So you will have the great task of taking pictures of animals that can be presented later and this is what the game is mostly about.

The rest of the gameplay consists of building the actual museum that will house the pictures but you can also upgrade your camera and even interact with the animals so that you can see additional behavioral traits that the animals have. Then you can also give your favorite pictures to The Captain for his collection. In a few words the game comes with numerous additional features that you can experience, which definitely add more value to the game.

It is time to say a few words on the graphics and the sound and we have no complaints here – Snapimals: Discover Animals comes with gorgeous 3D graphics that you can fully enjoy while taking pictures of animals as well as nice sound. The game is colorful and you can easily see that there has been effort put inside the visuals that you will get to experience.

Snapimals: Discover Animals is a nice game that will appeal best to children who want to learn something more about animals and photography. The app will help them in this task, while bringing them fun and will do this at no cost at all, which is another nice thing about this game.

Snapimals: Discover Animals is here on Google Play.

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