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Vivid and Identity Games unveil BBC Earth: Animals game

Published on: 16th September 2020

Vivid and Identity Games have partnered with BBC Studios for the official BBC Earth: Animals interactive board game. 

Vivid BBC Earth: Animals

The official BBC Earth: Animals board game will be available at retail from autumn 2020.

The interactive game features stunning iconic footage from the BBC’s award-winning natural history programming and helps teach fun and interesting facts about the planet, plus the animals and wildlife that inhabit it.

Suitable for players aged 8+, the game includes multiple choice and trivia questions using photo cards, or a website which can be visited via a laptop, tablet or smartphone. It is designed for all the family to enjoy, giving everyone the chance to take part in the educational and interactive game playing experience.

Lucy Vaughan, assistant brand manager at Vivid commented: We are excited to be launching BBC Earth: Animals in the UK; the amazing wildlife footage the BBC has aired captured the nation’s attention and it’s fantastic to bring it to life again. The board game is made from sustainable materials, all bearing the FSC certification which is an important value to the ethos of the game.”

Jason Easy, head of licensing UK at BBC Studios added: “We are thrilled to welcome Vivid and Identity Games to our BBC Earth portfolio to launch this educational, interactive board game. Blending amazing footage from the BBC’s blue-chip natural history programming with engrossing facts and stats about the world around us, has resulted in a truly competitive and engaging game for the whole family to enjoy.”

 

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