Seasons: Morphosis is a fun, narrative experience based on Seasons, Jaques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud's feature film, coming to theaters on January 27, 2016.
Seasons: Morphosis is a tablet-optimized app.
Go back in time with Seasons: Morphosis to discover the history of our environment and the evolution of the landscape. Experience an extraordinary adventure together as a family, move through thousands of years of evolution to better understand the world we live in. You will discover how animal and plant species have continually adapted to their habitats over the millennia.
A DOCUMENTARY GAME TO UNDERSTAND HOW OUR LANDSCAPE HAS EVOLVED OVER THE PAST 20,000 YEARS
Through 6 historical periods, discover how our landscape has transformed from the great white mantle of the ice age into today's modern world.
The 6 periods in Morphosis are:
The Ice Age – 20,000 years ago
The Neolithic – 10,000 years ago
The Roman Empire – 2,000 years ago
The Middle Ages – 800 years ago
The Industrial Age – 150 years ago
The new alliance, the modern era – since the year 2000.
The last 3 periods will be added during the next updates in the run-up to COP21, the UN Climate Change Conference, which is taking place in Paris starting from late November 2015.
TRAVEL IN TIME IN TIME LAPSE MODE
Play around with time lapse mode: you will see the landscape evolve and discover how rivers, islands, and forests came to be.
INTERACTIVE EPISODES TO RELIVE THE MILESTONES OF EVOLUTION
Each episode will make it possible for you to chronologically understand the successive changes in our ecosystem. The episodes combine animation and light interaction phases, in which you have to interact with parts of the scenery to make the narrative move along.
A FUN APP
Written by Stéphane Durand, Jacques Perrin's screenwriter, together with a team of scientists, Morphosis is a family application, perfect for learning while having fun.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.