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The real-world mobile game where you compete to save life on earth.

 
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Free to play!

Start playing the world's first mobile game that takes you outdoors to discover and help preserve life on this planet.  It's free. The sightings you report contribute to biodiversity research and conservation.  

 
 

Empower your network to engage with life

Recruit your own 'clan' of bio-adventurers. Track the clan's progress, defeat other clans, create quests, host competitions, and get rewarded for the bio-expertise of your network.

Got wildlife expertise?

Start identifying sightings and QuestaGame will make a donation to the organisation of your choice based on the expertise you contribute. It's a great way to help players learn about wildlife while supporting a cause you believe in. 

Become a Partner

By enrolling as a partner, your community can choose to contribute wildlife expertise on your behalf - which raises funds for your organisation. Every time a member of your community helps verify a sighting on QuestaGame, your organisation earns a donation. 

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Why play QuestaGame?

Life is full of hidden treasures just waiting to be found. But it is also under threat - now is your chance to save it! 

Embark on a fun real-world adventure that will open your eyes to the amazing and beautiful life all around you. 

Play QuestaGame and you will:

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QuestaGame is awesome. Think Pokémon GO meets real life.
— Sci Geek, @michelle_neil, Twitter
“I recently discovered a new species from a record posted on QuestaGame.”
— Dr. Bryan Lassard, Entomologist, CSIRO
Such a fun and addictive game. Great way to get the whole family involved and outdoors looking for the next species. It’s become a challenge the whole family enjoys and works towards.
— Heather Kennedy Abbott, Android User
Questagame is fun, easy-to-use, and promotes nature play and learning about local wildlife. I suggest using it as part of a broader strategy to engage kids with nature.
— Dr Philip Roetman, University of South Australia

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Header image by Ben Revell