Toca Nature

Toca Nature

By Toca Boca AB

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2014-11-13
  • Current Version: 1.0.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 130.68 MB
  • Developer: Toca Boca AB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 1,058 Reviews)
  • Price:
Toca Nature App Ratings: 4
Total 1,058 Reviews

Toca Nature App Description

*App Store Best of 2014* Nature is magic. Toca Nature delivers that magic to your fingertips. Shape nature and watch it develop. Plant trees and grow a forest. Raise a mountain and enjoy the view. Collect berries, mushrooms or nuts, and feed the different animals. Learn who eats what and discover how much it takes to winkle a bear out. Walk through different landscapes and become friends with a fox. Capture the moment of woodpeckers zigzagging between trees, and watch the day turn into night. Find new friends and challenges. Be mesmerized. Discover the unexpected. End up somewhere far from where you started. Let us show you the magic of nature! *** ABOUT TOCA BOCA At Toca Boca, we believe in the power of play to spark kids’ imaginations and help them learn about the world. We design our products from the kids' perspective to empower kids to be playful, to be creative and to be who they want to be. Our products include award-winning apps that have been downloaded more than 130 million times in 215 countries and offer fun, safe, open-ended play experiences. Learn more about Toca Boca and our products at PRIVACY POLICY Privacy is an issue that we take very seriously. To learn more about how we work with these matters, please read our privacy policy:


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Toca Nature App Reviews

  • Good graphics; bad game

    By Olliethecatfanatic
    Oh god Toca. You reached your max potential for graphics, but failed spectacularly in the gameplay department. Make your own environment my butt. Controls are crap. Don’t even get me started on even simply swiveling your “head” around! Physics are decent. Graphics are by far the best I’ve seen from the company. But the pansy thing you call game play gives nature apps a bad name. “Build an environment so the animals can live there!” Okay, but why are the trees and lakes APPEARING OUT OF THIN AIR?! WHAT IS YOUR IDEA OF NATURE?! Then there’s THE FRICKING AXE OPTION! IF YOU PRESS THE AXE BUTTON YOU GET TO DESTROY HABITATS WITH EASE!? What The frick are you trying to teach small children?! A four year old could easily learn that “it’s okay to chop down trees, because they can magically poof back into existence.” This is not okay! Then, after you’re finished making your small, square-ish world perfect through unnecessary means, you get to go into the world, and feed wild animals berries, and possibly toxic mushrooms. Once again, ONE DOES NOT SIMPLY GO AROUND TEACHING SMALL CHILDREN THESE HORRENDOUSLY WRONG VIEWS OF THE WORLD. You guys are teaching small children to chop down trees!!!!!!! Fix this app!!!!😡
  • Awesome game

    By i ❤️ dogs! (:
    I think this game is really good🙂 but I wish you could save worlds and create new ones. Also it would be nice if the worlds were a little bit bigger. Otherwise it’s an amazing game😛. I also love that you can take pictures and I think this game is great for all ages. You could keep adding more and more characters as time goes on too😊. Thank you so much for making this game it’s AMAZING 😉❤️❤️😀! P. S. I would buy a lot more of your games if they costed less.
  • Support newer Devices

    By iScman1
    Support iPhone XS Or Newest device screen size. Thank you.
  • Gets boring

    By JazzyDanny
    You can’t save your progress and it does get boring. I don’t think it’s worth the amount of money you have to pay for.
  • Amazing!

    By Skittlesthefurryfox
    I love this app! Toca boca makes great apps and this is by far the best! I love how you can create your own forest and feed animals! Five star!!
  • Love it

    By Emojipuppy4329
    5 stars best nature game ever doesn’t even feel educational great job Toca👍
  • Shockingly Well Thought-Out

    By TeenGirlGamer
    I don’t know if Toca intended for a game to be so secretly brilliant, but it was. The balance required is ingenious, and despite how it may not be obvious, the lack of a save feature is a huge contributor to its incredible function. Without it, the game allows you to be endlessly creative, while save more closely limits your options and makes the in-game universe smaller. I love every bit of it, and strongly encourage anyone download it. Particularly older children will enjoy the adorable creatures and the simplistic beauty of this wonderful game. Well done, Toca!
  • Please more animals🦄🦉🐴🦊🦁🐵

    By osbaldo11
    Please add more animals I love playing playing this game but I also get bored by not getting that much animals so please add moooore animals
  • I don’t know how to restart the world 😣

    By OrangeDuckz
    I played this game for the first time and built something. I couldn’t get the world to restart! I made lakes and couldn’t remove them. Please tell me how, thank you!
  • Good game but it gets a little boring..

    By gemini6976
    I think this game has tons of detail and fun for kids. I remember my mother downloading it this when I was little (2nd grade probably) and now I'm going in to middle school. Even though this app is amazing, I gave this only a three stars because I truly believe this development can get a little boring. Over the years I haven't seen any major updates that make players coming back for more, so I have a few suggestions-nothing big like different modes and online play, but little things that will make the game better. 1.) Friend ship. Talk to animals and name them, customize patterns based on your friend ship level, get friendship by doing quests. This will teach kids about friendship if they are young and eager to learn. 2.) create your own world. Even though you can already do this, it's limited. Design the layers of your world and as a side thing- dig up ores and learn about them. Make your world really your world- as big or small as you want 3.) Village. By completed quests of your furry friends you can get coins, if it's a hard quest you get diamonds (only sometimes found in layers-rarely) diamonds/gems can be used to buy different animals and ecosystems at the village shop. The village will be an interactive world with humans, build your own little town and watch it thrive sorta thing. Last but not least 4.) to symbolize real world problems and makes hard choices I think that different animals should interact, the wolves want more territory and they think the bears are hogging it (this only happens when the player makes some flaws in making the world to teach them about the real world) make trades with animals also, if the bunnies have too many berries and want some fish, make a trade with the beaver showing how to make fair trades and share. Thank you. EDIT: adding all these features can get pricy, how do you earn money off this game then? I know. Either make offers in game to buy coins and gems/diamonds. Make a membership thing where you can unlock more if you pay or just make the app 3-4 dollars with no other purchases.