In River Ranger, the goal is to remember which animal you saw in the previous round and select it from the group of animals. Each round features a group of either two or three animals depending on your level. You must quickly remember and select the animal seen in the previous round to progress.
Start the game by selecting the first animal. If you don’t select the first animal quick enough, then bubbles appear in the place of the animal and disappear shortly after. If you miss selecting the animal, then you need to click the spot it was last seen to move on.
Once you select the first animal you move up in the river and a new group of animals appear.
You now must click the animal that showed up in the previous round. For example, in the above picture you want to select the long, skinny fish. Be sure to take note of the other two animals as one of them will show up in the next group!
As you can see below, the round fish is back so you want to select it.
This continues until the timer runs out. If you accidentally click the wrong animal you move backwards in the rivers and things start to slow down to make sure you can get back on your journey upstream.
You can review instructions for any of our games at any time. On the website, click How to Play before starting the game. Or, during the game, clicking the pause (II) button in the top-left corner and then selecting How to Play.
In the mobile app, then tap the question mark (?) to the left of the Play button before starting. Or, during the game, tap pause (II) at the top-left of the screen and then tap How To Play from the menu that appears.
Scoring & Levels
In River Ranger, your game level is dynamic and is adjusted based upon how quickly and accurately you answer. The faster you answer, the more your level increases. If you answer slowly, then you increase the level by just 5 feet, but answering more quickly increases the footage further. Conversely, answering incorrectly decreases the average level. The number of points for each correct answer is the based upon the level of difficulty, the response time, and the number of animals that appear.