NextN plays BodyQuest live on the occasion of its launch on Nintendo Switch. The media specialised in Nintendo games, wanted to try live our educational adventure about the human body and was very surprised with everything you can learn while having fun at the same time.
During the live show, Rafa and Nanao, Health Sciences worker and NextN collaborator, were touring the human body and checking the evolution of Didactoons games since we launched MathLand on Nintendo Switch. BodyQuest is a deeper game with levels that, as Nanao says, "looks like a Cartoon Network cartoon".
As soon as we started playing, NextN spotted some of our pop culture nods, such as Jarvis and the skateboard from Back to the Future. They also pointed out that it has a lot of details to make it appealing to children, interactive and educational.
BodyQuest is an educational adventure that takes place inside the human body and stars a young group of scientists who have to save humanity from a strange virus. The game takes us to the year 2124 in which technology has evolved to create nanobots that can enter the human body. Through 25 different levels, children learn about the locomotor, nervous, digestive, respiratory and circulatory systems.