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Gadgets and Gizmos Says Club Penguin Fans Should Check Out SavePlanetBlue

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I think our animation sets us apart from most any other children's game site. And most importantly, the concept of teaching our kids about our planet and how to take better care of it is built right into every part of www.saveplanetblue.com [SavePlanetBlue]. Making children as young as 4 years old aware of environmental issues is something I'm very excited about.

SavePlanetBlue.com has only been launched for a few weeks and has already picked up favorable reviews. One gaming column, Gadgets and Gizmos, says, "If your kids love Club Penguin then this site is going to appeal to them."

"It's more than flattering to be compared to Club Penguin," says SavePlanetBlue.com's creator, Victoria Lauren. "It is a prestigious site in the world of children's interactive gaming."

But Lauren is also proud of the differences between SavePlanetBlue.com and Club Penguin. "I think our animation sets us apart from most any other children's game site. And most importantly, the concept of teaching our kids about our planet and how to take better care of it is built right into every part of SavePlanetBlue. Making children as young as 4 years old aware of environmental issues is something I'm very excited about."

Children around the world are invited to register and become Planet Blue Savers for free. Kids will build their own personalized weeble-type character after joining and then be able to explore and play on Planet Blue. There are other Planet Blue Savers who will have conversational exchange, help them navigate the games, and share environmental facts with them. All they have to do is bump into them!

Kids can also start earning points with each game and acquire badges. A really unique aspect to this merit system is that when they acquire their highest badge, "The Tree Badge", SavePlanetBlue.com will adopt a tree in their name and have it planted in the rainforest.

For a nominal fee children will be able to explore Planet Blue more extensively and have access to an interactive gaming website that will continue to grow and evolve each month.

At a time when our environment and our economy are crucial concerns, SavePlanetBlue.com is definitely a good entertainment value for children this summer.

Visit http://www.saveplanetblue.com for more information, or watch the sneak preview of the television series currently in development at http://saveplanetblue.com/trailer/. We welcome children of all ages!

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