Photographic World

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Travel the world taking photographs of amazing animals to gain fame and be crowned the Wildlife Photographer of the Year in this set collection game for 1-5 players!

In Photographic World, you are wildlife photographers. Your job is to travel the world, capturing exceptional photos of animals in their natural habitats. Every unique photo you take increases your fame and renown.

Travel to the ocean to hunt for the best photograph of the great white shark. Head over to Australia to snap a fantastic photo of a kangaroo and her joey. Continue on the Asia to see a Sri Lanka Blue Magpie.

As you travel, you are aiming to win Best In Class certificates in various categories: insects, mammals, reptiles, etc. by photographing a set number of each before anyone else does. You are also trying to fulfill personal commissions, take the most photographs in each continent, and ultimately, add photos of animals in all 7 continents to your portfolio before the game ends.

Will you become the Wildlife Photographer of the Year?

Great White Shark
Sri Lanka Blue Magpie
Kangaroo with Joey
Photographic World Overview Video (Old Graphic Design)

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Formerly, I was a preschool teacher and then a nanny. When my second child was born (and COVID struck), I became a stay at home mom. In the fall of 2020, I caught what I call “Back to School Fever”. I am a teacher at heart and will be homeschooling my own children when they get old enough. So, I started researching different homeschooling approaches and curriculums. Through this research, I discovered there was a thing called gameschooling. Playing board games and calling it school? I love board games! I mean, I REALLY love board games! Needless to say, I was intrigued. At this point, my oldest child was only 18 months old. Too young to play much of anything.

So what was I to do? I started Julie’s Game School. I held a small game school class each weekday while my girls were taking their naps. Each day, I had a different age group. For 1.5 hours, I facilitated the playing of board games and then documented what the kids played and the subjects they worked on while playing. I ran on donations only, and used those donations to buy more games. The children were really enjoying it, and I was too! This led into the start of my blog, where I review games and tell parents about the educational value hidden within them. I just want more parents to play more games with their kids. It’s so valuable and effective!

Throughout this process, I was having a hard time finding good science games for younger children that weren’t trivia or bingo. Trivia is not fun (in my opinion) unless you already know the information. I am interested in FUN games that have great educational potential (and aren’t painful for the adult playing). After searching far and wide, and not finding anything that satisfied me, I decided to fill that void myself. And thus the process of creating Photographic World began!

Photographic World is a game first, and an educational asset second. You should not feel like you are playing an educational game and you likely will not even realize that you are learning and strengthening your knowledge of various topics as you play. It is my hope that you enjoy playing Photographic World as much as I have enjoyed creating it!

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