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National Geographic Panda

Platform(s): Nintendo DS
Genre: Simulation
Publisher: Namco Bandai

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'National Geographic Panda' (NDS) - 8 New Screens

by Rainier on Aug. 15, 2008 @ 4:15 p.m. PDT

Learn about real-life Pandas as you feed, nurture and play with your very own Panda! Choose from cute and cuddly Baby Pandas or giant Great Pandas and play with them as they learn new skills. Discover fun panda facts from real National Geographic stories that appear as you progress through the game!

National Geographic Panda gives NDS owners a unique opportunity to teach, play and care for a group of fun loving panda bears in the serene Panda Park. Reward their good behavior with fun toys and new clothes that can be purchased with the daily allowance provided. Over 20 National Geographic articles will also be unlocked as the game is played; giving adoptive panda parents a chance to learn all about the lives of these majestic and endangered animals.

Features:

  • Play with, help, teach and nurture your very own cute panda bear
  • View pictures and read stories about real-life pandas from the National Geographic archives
  • Your panda's habits change with how you treat and play with it
  • As your panda develops, new baby pandas will join him in Panda Park
  • Graphics and sounds change according to the time of day
  • Have fun playing with familiar playground equipment like a tire swing, a see-saw, slides, and more
  • Let your daily allowance grow and go on a shopping spree, buy panda food and toys immediately or order items by mail via Panda Delivery
  • Interact with your panda with a single touch of the stylus pen, simple controls allows you to focus on interacting with your panda

Release Date: Fall 2008


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