National Geographic Puzzle Explorer
created by Fingerprint Digital Inc.
Part of the app is free; $2.99 for the rest of the app
According to the website MineMum, a sandbox game is one where players create a game themselves by manipulating the world within it.
National Geographic's Puzzle Explorer is a new app where players can create mazes in different geographic settings. You can download it here. My daughter and I created mazes and played on already built mazes in the Yucatan Peninsula and Antarctica. I will warn you that this is addictive. In Antarctica, the goal is to collect three cameras located in different places in the maze. You travel across ice blocks (see below). The tricky part is not all of the maze is connected. Players have to manipulate blocks of ice and giant snowballs to create new pieces of the maze that can be crossed. Each camera contains informational text with a photograph background. When you have collected the cameras, you win the game.