Play games about wildlife

In the past 40 years, the world has lost 50% of its wildlife but you can help change the tide. There are loads of ways you can get involved in wildlife conservation and you don’t even have to leave your own home to do so. At Internet of Elephants, we combine our skills to change the tide for wildlife by creating digital experiences to inspire you. Our work helps you engage with animals and conservation work on the ground through things such as games, videos and Augmented Reality. Find out stories told from GPS data, become a researcher using camera traps and find out exotic animals in your neighbourhood through augmented reality.

Stories of the Wild

Get a glimpse into the stories of Neatoo, a free spirit wildebeest, Fleur and Valentine the inseparable lion sisters, and Manyara the ambitious elephant as seen through the movements gathered from their GPS collars.

Unseen Empire

Play the story of the largest camera trap study in history identify, hundreds of amazing never before seen wildlife photos, explore dozens of rich locations and reveal world-changing wildlife data.

Wildeverse

Enter the Wildeverse and track real wild animals in your neighborhood! Get your hands dirty! Go on missions into the jungle. collect food traces, footprints and poop. Uncover illegal activity.

Internet of Elephants

Internet of Elephants is a social enterprise based in Kenya and the United States. They are a collaboration of technologists, conservationists, educators, game designers, and strategists working together towards a stronger connection between people and wild animals. Find out more on the Internet of Elephants website.

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