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+ Have fun digging and exploring the lost world of dinosaurs

In this adventure, Bonnie, a paleontologist, goes into the ice land to the discovery of hidden dinosaurs.

Children will all enjoy the various game modes. The most appealing of all is definitely digging. Like a true explorer, look for all the bones hidden underground to build the dinosaur skeleton.
The children who tried it could not stop digging.

They will learn about dinosaurs with puzzles and sound effects and can color the characters using a magic brush.

The game graphics are carefully designed and full of color. Animations were created for the youngest players and the game is packed with information on dinosaurs.

Plenty of fun for your children and yourself.

* Dig for all the dinosaur bones
* Assembles the dinosaur skeleton with the bones you have found
* Play and learn with puzzles, animations and sound effects
* Color all the dinosaurs with a magic brush
* Read about all the dinosaurs in the game

Try it now, you will not be disappointed. Your children will have plenty of fun.

* NOTE on title "Archaeologist": we would like to point out that the science that studies dinosaurs is Paleontology.
However, the protagonists of the saga of the archaeologist will not take care only of dinosaurs.
Joe is an explorer, he likes to dig, find hidden objects; his wife, Bonnie, is a paleontologist and soon, there will be other characters and new adventures, looking for other mysterious objects.

What's New

Version 1.5

Thanks to all the children who play with the MagisterApp dinosaurs, welcome to an amazing update:
- The dinosaurs now come alive, and you can play with them and feed them
- Discover the new descriptions of dinosaurs, with entertaining video and audio material in 9 languages

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5

9 Ratings

9 Ratings



Lots of learning fun.

Fun but could me more educational


Looking for the bones and completing the skeleton puzzle are both fun but it would be nice if there was a picture representation of the dinosaur after the skeleton has been completed. The bones don't say much about how the dinosaur may have looked like.
Also, the scientific jargon is way too much for the target audience. There should be a voice over narrating a few major facts about the dinosaur. The target audience simply will not read the info thus diluting the application's educational value. It's good, but it can be made to be great.

Great idea, lacking execution


Very cute idea, my 4 year old loves the activities, especially excavating and putting bones into puzzle. Since he doesn't read yet, he can't learn the names and description that's given once the puzzle is put together. It would be better if the text could be read out loud at the end of the puzzle....wish I would've known that before purchasing!


Bytwice srl
110.6 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© 2013 MagisterApp


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