Called EnviroPop, this new puzzle app for the iPhone/iPod Touch is a wondrous collaboration between Applabs Digital Studios and the World Wildlife Fund Philippines. In fact, this is the first time I've seen a puzzle app made in collaboration with an organization dedicated to conserve and protect endangered species from harm. The objective then is simple, to save our undersea pals, you have to tap at least three hazards and swipe them away with your fingers. You have to match three same hazards and then swipe them away. The more hazards you get rid of, the more points you'll get but if Chi-Chi the Giant Panda is beside a hazard chain, which is a rare treat on this puzzle app, your score will be multiplied five times.
You only have one minute to play this game and if you're happy with the score after one minute, feel free to share your scores on Facebook just to brag your pals for a challenge but it's for fun.
The full app game will cost you $0.99 and proceeds will go to the WWF-Philippines' marine conservation programs. What it is, with that sort of cash, is an fun and addictive app game for a cause. This is a great game if you want to be part of the environmentalists dedicated to help save little sea critters from hazardous wastes and illegal practices such as trawling and dynamite fishing.
I'd recommend this puzzle game not just for those who want to ease the boredom with some puzzle games but also for the nature lovers who are pledged for a clean environment.
EnviroPop Website: http://enviropopapp.com
EnviroPop Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/EnviroPopApp
EnvrioPop Twitter: http://twitter.com/EnviroPopApp
EnviroPop Lite Version: https://itunes.apple.com/th/app/enviropop-lite/id595946060?mt=8&ign-mpt=uo%3D2
EnviroPop Full Version: https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/enviropop/id595868152?mt=8