Those who beat the iOS/Android game Seeds: The Magic Garden get something no other game can offer. They'll have a tree planted on their behalf courtesy of international conservation charity World Land Trust.
Seeds: The Magic Garden is an upcoming puzzler developed by Znavit Games for smartphones and tablets that tasks players with rescuing and growing magical plants. Players join friendly beetle-cat Arni on a quest to save nearly-extinct plants by matching different colored stones. They'll use a variety of boosters and create “root paths” to help grow 30 extinct plants – but they'll need to watch out for toxins, explosions, and other hazards. Upon completion of the game, players will not only be saving a tree, but they'll also receive a certificate that can be saved to your device and shared on Facebook.
“We want to thank World Land Trust for helping us make a difference – and allowing our players to do the same," says Znavit Games co-founder Ori Behrend. "With the upcoming release of SEEDS, we hope that other game developers will see the partnership with WLT as a solid way to make games and give back to the planet.”
Znavit Games says full pricing info and a release date for Seeds: The Magical Garden will be announced in the near future.