Dr. Panda Farm | Creative Apps
Dr. Panda Farm is sure to be a hit with kids of all ages. Your little ones will be learning about farm life while building up tools to do more activities. Making bread starts with growing wheat and moves on to grinding, baking, and a fresh bread delivery.
Kids often don’t have a concept of where things come from or how important it is to take care of our environment and our animals. This app is a wonderful way to make those connections.
Kids take care of the animals, bees, and harvest vegetables and fruits. Then, it’s off to the Farmer’s Market to supply their very happy customers. In return, the customers supply kids with more tools to work with.
Check out the videos below to see multiple features. There are too many facets to record all – but we’re sure you’ll want to get the app. Beyond what is shown, there are chickens to feed, eggs to collect, and surprises throughout!
As with all Dr. Panda apps, the graphics and animations are top notch. The gameplay goes on and on ensuring hours of creative learning. This app is 3rd party ad free and kid-safe. Dr. Panda Farm is a great addition to your kid’s toolbox for life!
Stock Up for your Farmer’s Market!
More Fruits and Veggies!
Care For The Bees – You’ll Have Honey!
Meet The Developer!
By Onno van Duin, Game Concept Developer.
What was the initial inspiration for your app?
I always wanted to create a game that embraces what I love about nature, and also find a way to encourage a positive attitude towards the environment.
This is where the concept of farming came to play. Dr. Panda Farm aspires to make kids more aware of agriculture and spark an interest in finding out where their food comes from (it doesn’t magically appear in the store!). All while expressing my childhood dream of being a farmer!
What is your favorite aspect of your app?
The design! It’s a different art style compared to our previous games; we wanted to test out different ways to enhance kid’s play experience. Testing with kids showed us that 3D sometimes complicates the play experience for certain game types like Dr. Panda Farm.
This is why we chose a more minimalistic art style, so kids won’t feel overwhelmed by a too complicated interface when learning to sequence and multitask.
Is there anything else you would like to share with our readers?
We want to make our games trusted by parents and we welcome any feedback on our social media pages. We even love hearing about new ideas for future games and will happily pass them onto the design team to see!