Save the deep blue sea in kids' iPad eco-adventure Superfugu
by Jon Jordan 6/5/2013
Coming over all Finding Nemo meets National Geographic, US start up Wemolab has released its eco-adventure game for kids Superfugu.
It has you in the gills of puffer fish Fugu, who's on a mission to save the reef from all manner of undersea enemies.
There are 16 levels in the game's first chapter, with further content - including the kelp bed, the Arctic, and the Deep - to be delivered via updates.
Combined with its action gameplay, the app also tells you about the science of the sea with explanations from Dr Sylvia Earle, while Avatar's Oscar-winning animation director Andy Jones ensures the graphics are up-to-scratch.