Frugivoro in Fruityland! A clever Health Education Game

Updated: Sep 24, 2018



Fruityland has all of these things - but more importantly, it has the world’s most delicious foods that can make anyone stronger and more powerful.






Do you love adventure? Mystery and intrigue?


Mr. Campos, Fruityland’s gentle giant guardian, has asked Oliver and his friends to protect Fruityland. Soon enough, they discover a sneaky wolf who’s stealing all of the foods because he too wants to be stronger and more powerful!


Can you help Oliver and his friends pick the right foods to fight back? Or will this clever Italian wolf, Frugivoro, take all of Fruityland’s treasures for himself?


Can you help Oliver and his friends pick the right foods to fight back? Or will this clever Italian wolf, Frugivoro, take all of Fruityland’s treasures for himself?



Children today see an average of 100 junk food commercials per week...and yet, not a single one for fruits and vegetables.

What if there was a game invented by a nutritionist, illustrated by her daughter and developed and tested by her grandkids (as well as dozens of other kids to boot) that challenged this status quo?


That’s our game in a nutshell. It works like a crock-pot. It’s easy to set up. And while they’re learning and having fun, you get 30 to 45 minutes of glorious me-time. Thirty to 45 minutes of play that reinforces skills necessary to nourish the most important instrument they'll ever own - their bodies :)


Frugivoro in Fruityland is a search and hunt trivia board game for kids ages 7 to 12. The game can also be used by younger children to explore fruits and vegetables with the help of an older sibling or adult.


Who is Frugivoro?

How do you say his name ...aaand why is he in Fruityland? Froo-jih-vuh-roe is a very clever, very sneaky wolf who's out to steal all of Fruityland’s delicious superpower foods. Players must help Oliver and his friends choose the right foods to perform the task at hand to keep Fruityland safe.




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