We are currently turning Safari Central into a location-based augmented reality game. This game will be the flagship product of Internet of Elephants, which we have been working towards since our successful Kickstarter in 2017.

First sketches of the game concept

First sketches of the game concept

Safari Central 2.0 will enable players to step into the wild and join a band of scientists, gathering the data needed to protect wildlife in the last wild places on earth.


will you help test the game?

This month we will start testing the game with players across the world. Will you help us make it the best it can be? We will ask you to download the beta version of the app, go to a park to play, and give your feedback through a short survey. All you need is a smartphone.



Safari Central 2.0 will be launched in the summer of 2019. The first release will feature three species; at the end of 2019 and during 2020, more animal characters will be added. Over the next few months, we will be sharing more details including the new name, more details about our wildlife stars, and upcoming launch locations.


follow the game development

Our team is working full force to get the game ready for launch, and along the way we’d love to share what’s going on. Follow us on social media and our blog for more behind the scenes stories, tests and footage.

A test to investigate how we can recreate the tracking experience in the indoor mode of the game.

Check out the video blog of Gautam and Raff in the jungle of the Congo.


our patrons and partners

Safari Central 2.0 is supported in part by the Arcus Foundation, and 336 backers on Kickstarter. The research, wildlife characters and conservation stories for the game are developed in close collaboration with our conservation partners: Borneo Nature Foundation and Goualougo Triangle Ape Project.

Are you a conservation organisation interested in having your animals featured in our upcoming game? Contact Gautam Shah: gautam@internetofelephants.com.