What better way to celebrate Earth Day than by playing the only iOS game that plants trees? Tilt World is Free and double points makes planting two trees easy.
Oakland, CA April 22, 2013 XEOPlay, Inc. (PRWEB) April 22, 2013
In celebration of Earth Day, Tilt World, the only iOS game to plant real-world trees, ramps up the fight against climate change by going free and offering double points for Earth Day through the end of April. Double points allow players to plant twice as many real world trees. Flip the carbon-munching tadpole, calls for players to play green with an Earth Day Double Tadpole Tilt Point Challenge.
FLIP’S EARTH DAY CHALLENGE:
Flip, the eco-hero and main character of Tilt World, has issued a challenge to players to earn 10 Million Tilt Points in honor of Earth Day. Once players reach this goal, the game plants 10 thousand trees with XEOPlay’s tree-planting partner, WeForest. Players can download the game for free and track the world score on the Tilt World home page.
Tilt World: the Immersive Eco-Adventure Puzzler that Plants Real Trees
+ #1 Kids Game in China, #6 Kids Game in US, Top 10 in 17 countries
+ Use simple, fun, innovative tilt controls to help Flip chomp carbon and gather seeds
+ Complete an Adventure Pack and plant a real-world tree
+ 10 million Tilt Point Earth Day Challenge to plant 10 thousand trees on the island of Madagascar
+ 10 thousand trees already planted from 10 Million Tilt Points earned by players
+ Double points for Earth Day through April 30
+ Apple’s top Green Game featured on the App Store Home Page
+ GAward Winner for Social Good
“We need more Tilt Point Seeds!” announced Flip, the game’s carbon-eating Tadpole, after returning from a recent JP Aerospace flight aboard a PongSat. “From space it was easy to see that the rate of deforestation in Madagascar is increasing. The Google Earth images of our planting site from 2002 look nothing like what they do today. We need to send more trees to Madagascar ASAP.”
UPDATE - PLANT MORE REAL-LIFE TREES! Play 15 all-new Pollution Adventure Pack levels. Tailored especially to illustrate the challenges faced in Madagascar. These levels are available as an inApp purchase. Win all 15 levels before April 30th and with double points plant 2 trees in Madagascar!
“Families play Tilt World in over 90 countries; in cities from San Francisco to Shanghai. What better way to celebrate Earth Day than by playing the only iOS game that plants trees? We’ve made being green even easier for players by dropping the price and doubling points in honor of Earth Day.” says Nicole Lazzaro, President, of XEOPlay, Inc.
What critics are saying about Tilt World:
“The next time someone chides you for wasting time and playing games, tell them that you are saving the world one tree at a time." -Edwin Kee, Ubergizmo
"The gameplay is as unique as the app's environmental goals." -Sean Ludwig, VentureBeat
Help Flip save Shady Glen, and plant up to 1 million real trees in Madagascar! Tilt World transports you to another world where up is down, and sometimes all that's needed to make things right is a change in perspective. For everyone who ever wanted to plant a tree to slow climate change, here’s your chance. Win Tilt World and WeForest will plant a tree. Do this by April 30th and plant two trees.
Tilt World is available for free right now on the Apple App Store for iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G, iPad, and iPod Touch second generation and above.
This Earth Day have fun making a difference and play the only iOS game that plants trees.
About XEOPlay: (http://www.XEOPlay.com) Headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area, XEOPlay makes games that unlock human potential and is pioneering the playsourcing movement where the fun of games are the source of human motivation and real world change.
About WeForest (http://www.WeForest.org)
WeForest is an international non-profit organization established as a Belgian ASBL/VZW and incorporated as a 501(c)3 in the U.S. Its purpose is to empower local women by planting trees in tropical regions, creating bio-diverse forest gardens that restore degraded land, protect biodiversity, produce clean water, ensure food security and counter Global Warming. WeForest.org has reforestation programs currently in: Ethiopia, Madagascar, Tanzania, Zambia, The Philippines, Kenya, India, Brazil and Honduras.