The killer whale, commonly known as "Orca" or "blackfish," is a member of the oceanic dolphin family. Killer whales are found in all the world's oceans and are deadly predators that eat various marine animals, including fish, turtles, birds, seals and even sharks. Many killer-whale games are available for kids. Most of them are available for free online while some have to be purchased.
Killer whale is an online action/adventure game available for free. Your goal is to escape the sea world by solving puzzles as you fight your way out of every level. As you advance through the game, you will come across ever more challenging tasks like eating small fish and jumping out of the water to avoid obstacles.
Orca Rampage is a free online killer-whale game in which you have to help the whale escape from the Aquatic Park. Through each level, you must avoid the mines and spears. You have to eat all the divers to gain health points. The purpose of the game is to win freedom from the Aquatic Park. The game is played with the help of a mouse control.
Marine Mania by Microsoft is available for a free trial download, but after the trial expires, you will have to purchase the game for about £38.3, as of 2011. It's a simulation game in which you manage you own marine zoo by adding killer whales, manta rays and other water animals. You can combine land, marine and even prehistoric animals to make an interesting combination in your zoo. You will then be able to arrange aquatic shows, including your killer-whale show and dolphin show.
In Orca Slap, you are a yeti and you have to play darts with penguins. The killer whale helps gather all penguins and you throw snowballs at them to get them on your dartboard.
Kiana Orca Preserve History
In this game, you are the new keeper at the Kiana Orca Preserve and take care of the killer whales. They like to eat sharks, so you have to answer different history questions for adding more and more sharks into their habitat. To guide the whale to a shark, use the keyboard arrow keys and make sure you don't run out of air. You will be asked questions such as, "Who founded a new religion in the Indus River Valley known as Buddhism?" You will have four or five options to answer each question.
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