EnviroPop launches on the App Store


Are you up to save endagenred species together with the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF-Philippines)? If yes, well now you can do so “virtually” by way of playing this new iOS game Enviropop. Developed by Appslab in cooperation with WWF, Enviropop lets you digitally rescue endangered species from sea hazards. The app aims to spread awareness on how to minimize threats to marine life.

The app also has several feature to push its WWF’s advocacy. For instance, it features Enviropedia, a source of information on cool facts about undersea creatures and the hazards that they are facing.

Playing the game is also simple. All you have to do is to tap and swipe hazards on time-pressured puzzles. So, it’s perfect for both kids and adults.

Enviropop is available now from the iTunes App Store and soon on Google Play. The lite version is free while the full version will cost you $0.99. Of course proceeds of the app will a long way to saving endangered species.

Via [iTunes App Store]

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