Amy Jo is a real adventurer, inspired by the life of Amy Johnson who was the first female to fly from England to Australia in her own small plane. As an albatross she can fly for miles across open water with her enormous wings. However , in real life, there are many dangers including pollution and the nets of long line fishermen which have led to many Albatross species being threatened with extinction. Learn more about the Albatross as you fly across the open seas completing missions and collecting her fact cards.Protect Amy Jo the albatross by avoiding environmental obstacles and score points by pooping on long line fishermen and rubbish floating on the sea, the real life dangers that threaten the albatross with extinction. Bird poop may not be bad after all. Happy Flying!
|File Size||59.91 MB|
|System Requirements||Compatible with iPod Touch (3rd generation or later, iPhone 3Gs, iPhone 4, iPad. iTunes account required.|