Plant and Animal Habitats was a game published on The Sarah Jane Adventures website. It was part of the KS2 Bitesize Science project, where children learned math, English and science by playing video games. The game was narrated by Anjli Mohindra. As a reward for finishing the game the children got a comicbook screensaver.
Scenario[edit | edit source]
Serveral alien lifeforms have come to Earth. A Baaraddelskelliumfatrexius Beast, a Poppito tree, Travast Polong, a Blathereen and a Rakweed plant. They have to get back to their home planets. If they stay on Earth for to long they might invade the planet. Rani Chandra and Mr Smith want to sent them home.
End of the game[edit | edit source]
Rani Chandra and Mr Smith manage to send all alien life forms back to their home planet. The Baaraddelskelliumfatrexius Beast is sent to an area of the tall forest of Raxacoricofallapatorius without any Raxacoricofallapatorians, so that it couldn't be harmed by them. The Poppito tree also stays there. The Blathereen and the Rakweed are sent to the chalky hills of Raxacoricofallapatorius. And Travast Polong starts to live in the bog of Polongus.
How to play[edit | edit source]
The player has to decide which planet and area they want to send the alien lifeforms to, so that all of them survive. They also need to make sure that the alien lifeforms do not harm each other.
The player can't send the alien lifeforms to the wrong places. If they try to do so he is stopped by Rani Chandra, who says that this would be the wrong area for the animal and that they need to send it to a different area. The player only needs the mouse to put the alien lifeform to the right planet.
Characters[edit | edit source]
Alien life forms[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- On Raxacoricofallapatorius there is a vinegar sea, an ice floe, chalky hills and a tall tree forest.
- On Polongus there is a desert and a slimy bog.
- The Blathereen live in chalky hills and tall tree forests. They freeze and calcify on ice planets.
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- Plant and animal habitats on the BBC website.