Alcalá de Henares, 17 May 2021. Following its release on Nintendo Switch, where it has been very well received with positive feedback, BodyQuest will be available on 27 May on iOS and Android. With its release on mobile devices, the educational adventure that takes place inside the human body will be even more accessible to children aged 6-12, as well as a valuable resource for use in the classroom.
BodyQuest takes us to the year 2134, a strange disease has spread across the world and your best friend Finn has fallen ill. At the start of the game, players can choose their favourite character: Max, Jin, Lia or Zev and, thanks to nanotechnology of the future, enter the human body to find the cure to save Finn while learning about how we function on the inside.
The educational game is divided into 25 levels, five for each system of the human body, and mixes traditional video game mechanics with educational activities so that girls, boys and families can have fun while learning. BodyQuest adapts to the age of its players so that the challenge is tailored to their knowledge. In addition, we reward effort, and as levels are cleared and collectibles are earned in the form of diplomas, game characters can be customised with better scooters, tools and accessories.
- 25 different levels with over 60 challenges.
- 5 worlds related to body systems: Musculoskeletal, Digestive, Respiratory, Nervous and Circulatory.
- 4 playable characters that can be customised by unlocking new scooters, tools and accessories.
- Varied gameplay mechanics.
- 5 different enemy types to dodge or defeat.
- Collectibles with anecdotes about the human body and medicine.
BodyQuest will be available for download for €5.99 on App Store and Google Play.
Didactoons is an educational video game development studio with extensive experience in creating apps and games that combine learning with fun. Our featured titles include ABC Dinos, Dino Tim, 123 Dots, MathLand, our first game available on Nintendo Switch, and BodyQuest, our latest major release.