An up and coming participant in the casual mobile entertainment segment, GOSUB 60, has recently announced the arrival of their latest mobile game Sudoku Deluxe Green Edition. Sudoku is a very popular number game which has been creating waves everywhere. With this latest green edition of the popular game, the company seeks to combine brain manipulations with a pressing environmental need to reduce carbon footprints.
For this intiative, the company has joined hands with a private organization which aims to protect the planet’s diminishing forest covers and tree lines called ‘Trees for the Future’. With this unique partnership, GOSUB 60 affirms its commitment to the cause of global warming and climate change. Players can help the environment while enjoying their favorite mobile game. Winning on the game nets special points to players; these points can then be registered as ‘tree codes’ at the designated Web site and can be converted into actual, real life trees.
The Web site, Green.MobileDeluxe.com, allows users to congregate in an active forum and also supplies the requisite resources to set up environmental friendly best practices. In addition, this Web site provides a tracker where players can keep track of their donations to the cause; an independent tracker measures the efficacy of the larger community in contributing towards this initiative even as GOSUB 60 aims to raise at least $20,000 towards its environmental sustainability project.
Josh Hartwell, CEO of GOSUB 60 elaborated on the eco-friendly initiatives of the company, “Two years ago, GOSUB 60 pioneered mobile games with charitable tie-ins through Bliss - a mobile puzzle game that engages consumers in the fight against breast cancer. Due to the success, we've expanded this thinking into our top-selling Sudoku franchise so consumers can both be entertained and make a difference at the same time."
The Sudoku Deluxe Green Edition can be purchased through all major service providers and is compatible with iPhone (News
), Blackberry and other feature rich phones. It is being offered via attractive price packages; unlimited access packages start from $2.99. The application can also be downloaded through their respective service provider’s application stores including the Apple (News
) App store, Blackberry App World and MobileDeluxe.com among others.
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Edited by Stefania Viscusi