Habitat strives to connect our players to nature by encouraging them to get out and explore the world. We have pin locations across the world. Players go out into their neighbourhoods to find virtual pins which represent the species, places and plants in their area or country. Once collected they can trade these pins with […]
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Habitat is celebrating its partnership with Wilderquest. We caught up with Amy Wardrop who is WilderQuest’s Digital Project Manager for Visitor Experience and Education at the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service. Habitat the Game partners with Wilderquest In the game Habitat rewards players for visiting real world locations. We have been […]
Our friends at Hobart City Council have added the Australian icon – The Tasmania Devil. Head to Tasmania’s capital to pick up this guy.
Breaking News Habitat has been nominated at the iKids Awards at Kids Screen in the Best Kids Learning App (Smartphone) category. The iKids Awards will be held during The Kidscreen Summit in Miami in February 2015. iKids Awards recognizes and celebrates the market’s best digital media products and platforms for children. It […]
Everyone knows that New Zealand has some of the coolest birds in the world, now you can have your very own colourful New Zealand bird. Currently New Zealand has 15 pins and they are all based in Wellington. The New Zealand Department of Conservation has placed six pins in the marine reserve including: New Zealand Fur Seal […]
Venezuela is home to two very impressive animals the Green Anaconda and the King Vulture. The location of the pins was chosen by our great friends at The Rainforest Alliance.
The ruby-throated hummingbird is among the smallest of the North American hummingbirds. This beautiful little bird has been placed in Peru by our friends at The Rainforest Alliance.
Our wonderful partners at The Rainforest Alliance have a frog as their mascot/logo. They have placed a Red-Eyed Tree Frog in the Calle Corral, Granada, Nicaragua.
Mexico has two of the most colourful pins. The Monarch Butterfly and the Scarlet Macaw. The location of two pins were chosen by our visionary partners at The Rainforest Alliance.