It plays well, looks all cute and cuddly, teaches kids about money and it’s free to download. And all this is helped by Island Saver providing a nice and relaxing place to spend some time. Sometimes that is all we need in life. No matter what our age.
Es increíble que este juego, siendo algo que te avisa de antemano que es meramente educacional, le den una valoración por debajo de lo que se merece. No es un juegazo de categoría, pero creo que siendo gratuito y con lo que tiene, es un juego muy digno, además de que es educativo y aún siendo adulto, la mecánica y la jugabilidad es curiosa y te hace sentir que está bien logrado todo. En fin, creo que es un gran juego que es lo que es y no busca nada más allá de ser un juego educativo, pero entretiene y te da para unas horas de juego.
Island Saver succeeds at not only delivering hours of fun cleaning up its filthy world, but also as an educational platform for children about the importance of living in a green environment and understanding the economy. Despite the game being trivially easy, it still may be the most enjoyable and well-made singleplayer free-to-play ever made, as it is also free of any microtransactions.
Island Saver is a Free First-Person Educational Game. Backed by Banking Giants NatWest, This game is designed to teach about environmental cleaning and money management. The game is aimed at the younger audience but has enough going on in its system, that even the older players can enjoy it. Your a Bionaut, and you're tasked with cleaning the trash, and grime, from three different islands in the Savvy Islands. By doing so you earn money. Money management is one of the primary elements of the game. Being backed by a Banking Institution that's to be expected, but it's done masterfully. It's not about instilling a banking mind frame, but a good monetary control mind frame. You have to deal with taxes, interest, and loans. The game itself feels like a cross between Viva pinata, and Slime Rancher, and controls a lot like the latter. You have a Vac-Gun, that can **** up items, and spit them back out. You use this to do nearly everything from shooting out water to clean grime, and picking up the litter, and placing it in a recycle bin. The Islands are broken up into different areas, unlock by doing what you need to in each area, or befriending the Bankimals that you have to save in each area. The game is free to play with no monetary obligations or hidden charges. There is the Dino Island some DLC that costs, but it's not much and gives you an island where the Bankimals are Dinos. Overall the game is pleasant, and colorful, and a good teaching tool for the younger audience about money management, and environmental health.
SummaryA group of amazing islands need your help! Horrid plastic waste has washed up and you need to sort it out with your trusty Trash Blaster. But look out for the Litterbugs. They love mess and they’re out to muck things up. You need to wash away gloop, collect litter, earn coins and rescue the bankimals.