NALI, the putonghua meaning “where”, is an interesting edutainment game. Gamers are asked to identify the location of a series of photos taken around the world on the Apple Map. The game uses an innovative way to guide gamers to find the location step by step. Points will be given according to the distance between the selected and the real location and the difficulty of the photos. Stories and basic information about the photo will be unlocked after the first play.
This free game comes with 30 photos of popular tourist destinations, all taken by GPS equipped camera with location data. They came from all continents except Antarctica: Africa, Asia, Europe, North America (includes Central America and Caribbean), Oceania and South America. Players can also purchase additional photo packs with 30 photos each. All packs have photos from at least 5 of the 6 continents, most have photos from all 6 continents.
There are two types of Photo packs available for purchase. General packs with photos from well known places and Specialty Photo packs with themes like bridges, beaches, lighthouses, cable cars, statues and UNESCO world cultural heritage sites etc.
This game challenges the ability of gamers in identify places around the world and the proficiency in map reading. It is especially good for students and families. People who love traveling will find this game fascinating.