The Minnesota Zoo and St. Paul-based eduweb, award winning developer of digital learning games have developed this 3D multiplayer wildlife simulation game WolfQuest. WolfQuest game will be available as a free download for Windows and Macintosh computers at wolfquest.org.
The Minnesota Zoo leads a national network of zoos and science education centers including the International Wolf Center in Ely, Minnesota, Yellowstone National Park, Smithsonian National Zoological Park, Washington, D.C. and the Phoenix Zoo in Arizona.
WolfQuest game will teach wolf behavior and ecology through its gameplay and intense social interactions. Both single player and multiplayer options are available in this game. In this game Players join a wolf pack made up of computer-controlled wolves. You can create your wolf avatar by selecting male or female. You can learn about wolf ecology by living the life of a wild wolf in Yellowstone National Park. You can hunt elks, challenge other wolves for territory, defend territory, avoid danger, find a mate and protect your pups. Gameplay will create a strong emotional connection between players and wolves. So players can change their attitudes toward wolves and habitat conservation in the real world.
Minimum NVIDIA GeForce 2 3D card is necessary. But Intel 865G integrated graphics or higher, NVIDIA GeForce 6 series or higher, ATI Radeon 7500 or higher is recommended for good Graphics Quality. Remember you can use Geforce 2 or Geforce 4 cards to run the game, but 1 GB RAM must be compulsory, otherwise the game runs slowly or jerkily.