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Design Squad Fidgits to the Rescue

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The Fidgits must respond to 2 different natural disasters. Like in the real world, this creates a lot of problems for the rescuers. The way there is often obstructed and uneven. Help the Fidget disaster response team bring much-needed supplies to Fidgits affected by the disaster.

  • Learn more about natural disasters and how they affect people.
  • Build ramps and bridges to cross the damaged roads.
  • Design tools for the flying robot to help you move objects.





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Design Squad Fidgits to the Rescue Game for Kids Game Play Instructions

How to Play

Deliver relief goods to Fidgits stranded in the wake of a natural disaster.

  • Starting the Game
    • Select play at the center of the welcome screen to begin.
    • The game starts with a slideshow explaining its basic premise.
      • For parents and guardians: we recommend that you and your child listen to the slideshow the first time around.
      • Select Next on the bottom right corner to skip the slides of the slideshow.
      • Pick a mission to begin playing.
    • The game is narrated. The voiceover will double as the game’s tutorial.
    • Your web browser automatically saves your game progress.
  • Game Controls
    • Desktop
      • Using your mouse, right click to select and draw.
      • Move your truck using the left and right arrow keys.
      • Use all 4 of the arrow keys to fly the drone.
    • Touchscreen devices
      • Although this game might load on touchscreen devices, its controls were optimized for desktops with keyboards.
  • Game Play
    • Select one of 8 missions from the menu.
      • The game covers 2 natural disasters (hurricanes and earthquakes), with 4 missions involved in each.
        • Each level is themed after a specific relief operation
          • Food
          • Water
          • Medical supplies
          • Shelter
        • At the start of each level, the narrator will explain your mission goals. These descriptions reflect the actions done by real-world relief operations.
      • On the upper right corner of the menu is a help button. This will provide you with a brief tutorial of the game’s controls.
    • Interface
      • The game’s controls are located on the upper right corner of the screen.
        • The leftmost buttons are the reset and menu buttons
          • The reset button puts everything back to the way they were in the beginning.
          • The menu button brings you back to the level selection menu.
        • Next to it are the erase and back buttons.
          • The erase button let you remove the items you’ve built on the path.
          • The back button brings your truck and drone back to their starting positions.
        • The draw buttons let you draw solutions to the game’s puzzles.
          • The build button lets you create draw structures for the truck to pass through.
          • The tool button allows you to design a tool for the drone to use.
    • Basic moves
      • Drive a delivery truck and drone (“flying robot” in-game) filled with relief goods to the fidgets affected by a natural disaster.
      • When faced with obstructions on the road, use the build button to create a means to go over it.
      • Design a tool for the robot to use to move obstacles out of the way.
      • Drive the truck to finish the section of the level. Finish all 3 sections of the level to complete it.
    • Building
      • Selecting the build option on the top left opens the build interface.
        • Drag the build interface using the placement button on the top center.
        • Always place the interface where you need to build.
      • On the build interface’s grid, create a ramp by left clicking and dragging points to create a shape.
        • When it is closed, it forms a solid-color shape.
        • The shape must have a maximum of 8 points.
        • Select Go on the upper right corner to place the tool into the game environment.
        • Select reset to erase the lines you’ve made and start over.
      • Tips
        • Your shape is subject to the physics of the game:
          • Always draw your ramp exactly where it needs to go.
          • The shape you create must be stable enough for the surface it’s built on.
          • When creating bridges, consider putting a support pillar down at the middle to stabilize it.
        • Make sure that your ramp or bridge has an incline shallow enough for the truck to drive onto.
    • Tool design
      • Select the truck to activate the drone/flying robot. Select it again to bring the robot back.
      • Selecting the tool option opens the tool design interface.
        • Unlike the build interface, it doesn’t need to be dragged around.
        • Create a tool you’ll need to move objects that block the path of the truck.
          • Make the tool the same way you would make a ramp or a bridge.
          • Unlike with the building interface, you already have a starting point near, and it’s always on the robot.
          • Close the shape to finish it.
          • Select Go to activate the tool.
        • You can select the tool option again to redesign the tool.
      • Once you’ve finished, navigate the drone around.
      • Use the tool to push or drag the obstacles out of the way.
        • Often, you can push the objects into pools of water.
        • These obstacles can do double duty as foundations for your bridge.
      • Bring the drone back when you’re done with the obstacles.
        • You’ll need to recreate the tool once you brought it back to the truck.
        • When you open the tool option again, it will show an outline of the previous tool.
        • You cannot recreate the tool once you’ve passed to another section of the level.
      • Tips
        • If the tool doesn’t work the first time, redesign it!
        • Your main goal is to push the obstructions away. Create a tool for that purpose.
          • Aim for an L- or J- shaped tool.
            • Use an L shape when pushing objects to the right and a J-shape to push objects to the left.
            • Reverse it if you need to pull the objects.
          • Try to keep the angle wide so you can use it to push or drag.
          • Use a V- shaped tool if you need to use a wedge.
        • Make sure that the tool is the right size for the job.
          • Use big tools for big jobs.
          • Create small tools for precise jobs.
  • Target Audience
    • Fans of Design Squad should like this game.
    • There are no adult themes in this game.

The Challenges of Natural Disasters

After a hurricane, earthquake, or other disaster, the things that people depend on for their needs is often damaged, as are the roads, bridges, and other infrastructure they need to get around. Because of this, disaster relief operations must work hard just to get their supplies to where they need to go.

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Free Online Design Squad Fidgits to the Rescue Game for Children & Adults Screenshots

Design Squad Fidgits to the Rescue Welcome Screen Screenshot.
Design Squad Fidgits to the Rescue Introduction Screenshot.
Design Squad Fidgits to the Rescue Choose Mission Screenshot.
Design Squad Fidgits to the Rescue Game Start Screenshot.
Design Squad Fidgits to the Rescue Place Platform Screenshot.
Design Squad Fidgits to the Rescue Create Platform Screenshot.
Design Squad Fidgits to the Rescue Movement Controls Screenshot.
Design Squad Fidgits to the Rescue Movement Screenshot.

Mobile Friendly Cross Browser Support

This game is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, so it offers cross-device gameplay. You can play it on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. This game works in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.

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