WolfQuest is a 3D wildlife simulation video game by the Minnesota Zoo and game developer company Eduweb. The game was first released as a demo on 31 October 2007 as a free downloadable game for Macintosh and Windows computers. The official deluxe version was released on 5 February 2008.
One of the game's partner site is the International Wolf Center and one of the advisor on wolf behavior is research scientist L. David Mech.
In multiplayer, the objectives are the same with two exceptions. The player co-operates with a maximum of 5 wolves including the player and they can have no mate.
Gameplay is expected to change as the game develops and more episodes are released.
VIDEO GAME REVIEW; 'WolfQuest' offers a howling good time; The free download computer game, co-created by the Minnesota Zoo and St. Paul Eduweb, is designed to teach kids about wolves, but it's great fun for all ages.(NEWS)
Dec 21, 2007; Byline: Randy A. Salas; Staff Writer You're a lone wolf trudging through Yellowstone National Park. After several near-misses...
Zoo's wolf game has thousands on prowl; The Minnesota Zoo's WolfQuest game has taken off -- and taught its users a few things along the way.(NEWS)
Mar 05, 2008; Byline: TOM MORAN; STAFF WRITER Since the Minnesota Zoo's free educational video game, WolfQuest, launched late last year,...