Why is mankind responsible for the environmental crisis?

No single human being is responsible for the environmental crisis, but we human beings, as a whole, cause the problem. Don’t believe it? Try game “Balance” and see how you can maximum six elements that are involved in this issue – water resources, natural habitats, population and well-being of mankind, science, manufacturing and energy.

“Balance” gives you the power of a God,so  that you can change the course of history, choose the best civilization path that leads to harmony with least cost. By trying to achieve the best game record, you are forming a solution to this challenge.

Balance

When we designed the new features for a game called “Living Garden”, I was shocked by the severity of environmental issues. From then on, I knew that I needed to make some games on this topic, just because anyone who understands the critical situation we are in now would make a similar decision: do something about it.

Thanks to the Games for Change Global Game Jam, I had an opportunity to make one of the ideas come to life. With the help from a few like-mind fellows, here is the first playable attempt on this topic – Balance. Many thanks to Faysal, Pierr, Adam, Andre, Sarah and Una!

 

Living Garden is available on Facebook!

If you’ve always dreamed of having a beautiful virtual garden while you socializing with your friends, now you can do it on on Facebook! Our first social network game – Living Garden is available on Facebook!

Living Garden: A Pretty, and Promising, Facebook Gardening Game  – Inside Social Games

Give it a try and see how wonderful it is to have your own garden around while you surf the web! And please, drop us a line about what you think about the game, and we will make sure to turn your feedback into cool new features available in our next release.

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Springbay Studio is committed to making educational games to help children appreciate and understand the beauty of the natural world that surrounds them.

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