Bee Odyssey app from Canada Food and Agriculture Museum

April 6, 2017 at 1:00 pm Leave a comment

From the Canada Food and Agriculture Museum: 

Bee Odyssey is an engaging and beautiful adventure game that allows players to try flying and surviving from the micro-perspective of a honeybee.

Take on the role of a lost bee as she tries to find her missing hive. Pollinate flowers, navigate obstacle-filled paths and evade predators and pesticides.

Highlights:

  • Explores the key role that bees play in nature and agriculture as pollinators
  • Features the plants, predators and habitats that honeybees encounter in a northern climate
  • Discover facts about the importance of protecting biodiversity
  • Have fun experiencing interactions in ecosystems
  • Compatible with Apple and Android mobile devices
  • Fun for all ages!

Download a free version of Bee Odyssey now on iTunes or Google Play.

Are you a teacher or an educator? You could win the chance to receive a limited edition, classroom-ready version of the mobile game to supplement your lessons. Sign up for the chance to receive the teacher version here!

Check it out! Rowan

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