Are you ready for a Panda Party? Fancy Pandas is a challenging physics-based puzzle game for kids & teens where you have to unite pandas together by any means possible! In each level, you must remove objects, create pathways and strategically place blocks in order to deflect the cute little pandas toward each other. These adorable little guys are endangered, so the best way to make them happy is to keep them together!
This fun problem solving activity is based on the law of gravity, so you have to plan your move well before you act. Beware of troublesome red bad guys that try to block the pandas’ path, and try to complete each level as quick as you can to score extra points. Strategic planning and timing is the key to this brain-teaser game; Make sure each level is set up exactly the way you want before setting the pandas on their way.
It will also test and exercise your creative / engineering skills, as you have to carefully build bridges and pathways to ensure the pandas touch off each other. You’ll also need to have quick reactions, as on some levels you must quickly change the path of objects to make sure they send the pandas toward each other. There is a lot of trial and error required in this difficult online puzzle, so you’ll have to be patient if you want to find the right solution. Ok, it’s time to connect those pandas. Good luck!
How to Play: In each of the 50 increasingly difficult levels, there are two or more pandas that are separated on the game screen. The pandas cannot move, so you have to use helpful items such as blocks, pendulums and other moving objects to push them toward each other. The level is complete when all of the pandas are touching. There are disappearing objects that you click to remove – these are usually yellow and green. Using your computer mouse, Left Click on these objects to remove them. This sets pandas or other objects rolling / falling.
The key is to time when best to remove the green / yellow objects to ensure the pandas touch once they are removed. In some levels, there are different gravity settings. You can see which way a panda is going to move by looking at its face. If its face is upside-down, the panda falls that way when the objects around him are moved. As you play each level, the points tally at the top of the game screen ticks down from 500. Try to complete the level before the points tick all the way down to zero, as otherwise, you won’t score any points for that level.