Dinosaur VR Educational Game 4+
4D Kid Explorer: Dino 3D & AR
Designed for iPad
- Offers In-App Purchases
"4DKid Explorer: Dinosaurs" will have you going in search of dinosaurs in a new adventure from the creators of the "Find Them All” series.
Set off in exploration of these fabulous giants in a lifelike 3D world and use the various items available to you to learn more about dinosaurs.
Take photos and videos, go diving in search of marine animals, use the drone or the car to find them faster - these are just some of the things you can do in this game aimed at children aged 5-12.
And to complete your knowledge, unlock the encyclopaedia's fact sheets using the drone and its scanner!
For even more fun, you can mount the dinosaurs and ride them...
You can use your device in VR (Virtual Reality) mode to guide you or unlock the AR (Augmented Reality) mode so you can see and play around with the dinosaurs using your camera.
The game is entirely narrated and the interface has been designed to suit young and older children alike.
Why "4DKid Explorer"?
-> 4D because the game is in 3D with a VR mode as well as an AR mode
-> Kid because it is for children (vocal guide, simple commands and parental control)
-> Explorer because the game is in the First Person perspective and the goal is to explore the world to find a task’s animals or items.
You can try out the game for free through 10 missions.
The complete version contains 40 missions and is available as an in-app purchase or from the store.
- Link to the new "4DKid Explorer: Farm Animals & Pets" game
- Technical update and bug Fixes
Ratings and Reviews
It was a super fun game!
You need to pay money to really get educated.
In order to scan dinosaurs with a drone and find more facts about them, ride dinosaurs with a saddle, ride in a car, use IR glasses to find dinosaurs, and unlock 24 more dinosaurs to learn about, you only learn about the names and their meanings and where the dinosaur was from. You can also take pictures of the dinosaurs on the app, go diving, and explore freely without being led to a new dinosaur’s location. You can also earn stars based on what the pictures you take are rated and can use those stars as “in-game money” to buy different features to put on screen in front of you. You can also input the dinosaurs you took pictures of. It’s pretty fun but it really doesn’t last a while and you aren’t learning a lot at all. Like I said in the beginning, to gain more features you need to pay money. This game would be a lot better and more educational if those features were already included without having to spend money. The price isn’t too much though so at least it isn’t charging an unreasonable amount.
Pay to get education
I need to pay to get education! Really man?
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- philippe Bobis
- 288.2 MB
- Requires iOS 14.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 14.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 14.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- 4+, Made for Ages 6–8
- © 2022 Knbmedia
- In-App Purchases
- Full pack: 26 new dinosaurs $3.99
- Dinosaurs Pack 2 $1.99
- Dinosaurs Pack 3 $1.99
- Dinosaurs Pack 1 $1.99
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