Island Saver Review
Posted: 10 months ago, last updated 4 weeks ago.
You explore island areas, collecting letters for coins that unlock more areas. There are 42 animals to save and then ride to new areas. There's also egg collecting side missions to help the Kiwi. You gain coins by cleaning up litter and goop depositing them with animals that balloon-up with coins like a piggy bank. This starts the journey of learning about saving which extends to the fundamentals of using a bank account, paying taxes and earning interest.
If Animal Crossing is a capitalism simulator, then Island Saver is its banking based cousin. Games like this are good at helping teach children about the value of money.
This game is free to play. Additional in-game purchases are offered for items that enhance the experience. Natwest advertorial branding appears all over the game, associated with bank interactions and currency. Two downloadable expansions are available with the proceeds going towards the charities Special Effect and Young Money.
- Dinosaur Island expansion adds a new adventure with dinosaur animals and a new character Newton, who helps you use your money sense to help him escape his debt.
- Fantasy Island expansion adds Floating Islands with mythical creatures. You can also use your money sense to help Rainbow Cat’s smoothie business get back up and running.
Our Island Saver Accessibility Report details 23 accessibility features:
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