Ansel & Clair: Triassic Dinosaurs
Ansel and Clair: Triassic Dinosaurs is now a part of the Fingerprint Network for learning and play!
Join Ansel, the friendly intergalactic photographer from the exotic planet Virtoos, and Clair, a brilliant Virtoosian robot as they explore the world of dinosaurs
“Ansel & Clair: Triassic Dinosaurs” is part of the dinosaur trilogy along with “Ansel & Clair: Cretaceous Dinosaurs” and “Ansel & Clair: Jurassic Dinosaurs”.
All three apps in the Dinosaur Trilogy begin with Ansel & Clair visiting a modern dinosaur dig site. Meet paleontologist Dr. Lindy Bones, learn about cool fossil tools and then dig for fossils from the Triassic period. Travel back in time to meet Triassic dinosaurs and other creatures learn a variety of different concepts and contextual subjects including science, geography, geology, and of course zoology, without even realizing it.
Spectacular interactions & animations, stunning visuals, puzzles & games bring the Triassic Dinosaurs and other Triassic animals to life including:
Plateosaurus, one of the largest Triassic dinosaurs found so far
Eudimorphodon, a flying reptile that belonged to the family of Pterosaurs
Ammonites, squid-like water creatures that came in different shapes & sizes
Coelophysis, small theropod dinosaurs that hunted in packs
Eoraptor, which was mistakenly identified as the earliest ancestor of Tyrannosarus
Eodromaeus, correctly identified to be the earliest ancestor of Tyrannosaurus (scientists made this change in 2011)
Eozostrodon, which was one of the earliest mammals, but it laid eggs
Eoraptor, one of the earliest ancestors of the giant Sauropods of the Jurassic
Ichthyosaur, dolphin-like marine animal that was marine reptile that laid eggs
Science, history, geography, and geology are incorporated in a fun and contextual manner
Why were there no date fruit in the Triassic or any fruit trees or flowers?
Did you know why Ansel was so out of breath in the Triassic?
Did the meat-eating dinosaurs hunt alone or in packs?
How do scientist know whether a dinosaurs was a plant-eater or meat-eater’’’?
Do all mammals give birth to live babies? Which ones lay eggs?
Can reptiles fly?
Why did only very few dinosaur actually become fossils?
Why did the Triassic earth look nothing like the present day earth?
What Critics are saying about Ansel & Clair: Triassic Dinosaurs:
"Best New Dino Themed Apps for Kids" – USA TODAY
"Ansel and Clair Jurassic and Triassic are the equivalent of 10-15 hours of TED and Khan Academy lectures with a dozen or more YouTube videos and a trip to a natural history museum thrown in for good measure. There really isn't anything to which to compare these apps. It's like getting an entire album of music for the price of a single" - Smart Apps for Kids
"Final app in their incredible dinosaur trilogy…has your child participating in exploratory play and loving it. Cognitive Kid definitely knows how to instill a love of lifelong learning!" - Teachers with Apps
"I am a huge fan of these apps…I cannot be more enthusiastic about recommending this app for children and adults of any age who are interested in dinosaurs" - Giggle Apps
"Honestly, you can’t go wrong with any of Ansel & Clair applications, and Jurassic Dinosaurs is no different" - iPad Fan
The Fingerprint Network
Ansel & Clair: Triassic Dinosaurs is part of the Fingerprint Network of games for Learning and Play. Fingerprint offers a range of features to support the whole family including:
- A Shared Family Account makes it easy for kids and parents to share a device and allows parents to track the game play and learning of multiple children under a single account.
- In-App messaging lets kids and parents to send one another fun and encouraging messages.
- A curated Game Catalog suggests new Apps based on your child's interests and learning levels.
- Parent Controls keep In-App-Purchase behind a parent gate.