Get ready to join Zog and his dragon friends on an adventure through the forest! Have you got what it takes to win all the golden stars?
Designed for children aged 3-6 (but suitable for kids of all ages!), Zog: A Forest Adventure will take you on a fun-packed quest, using the latest augmented reality to put smiles on all your little dragons' faces as they fly, roar and dance their way through the forest. Visit any one of 26 participating Forestry England forests to start your adventure!
- Meet Zog and his friends in magical AR
- Complete challenges including Learn to Fly, Learn to Roar, Dragon Face, Calm & Still, Zig Zag Dance and more
- Win seven golden stars
- Pose with the dragons for souvenir photos and videos
- Learn about the forests and wildlife, and our role in looking after them
- Have a load of fun and make lasting memories on your forest trail
Zog: A Forest Adventure is available for use at 26 Forestry England sites: Alice Holt Forest, Bedgebury, Beechenhurst, Cannock Chase, Cardinham Woods, Dalby Forest, Delamere Forest, Fineshade Wood, Gisburn Forest, Grizedale, Guisborough Forest, Haldon Forest Park, Hamsterley, Haughmond Hill, Hicks Lodge, High Lodge, Jeskyns, Kielder, Moors Valley Country Park, Salcey Forest, Sherwood Pines, Thames Chase, Wendover, Westonbirt, Whinlatter, Wyre Forest.
Zog: A Forest Adventure has been designed for use at 26 Forestry England sites. It has been developed for devices supporting AR Core, first introduced in Android Nougat / 7.1, but should run on the majority of more recent devices.
**This app uses augmented reality features, please remember to stay alert at all times and be aware of your surroundings and those around you.
We recommend downloading the app and fully charging your device battery before your visit.**
Please email email@example.com if you experience any technical difficulties.
Find your nearest Zog trail at https://www.forestryengland.uk/activities/zog-activity-trails
Developed by Arcade (arcade.ltd) in partnership with Magic Light Pictures and Forestry England.
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