New iPhone Game Donates Proceeds to Environmental Charities
GreenPleco is a game studio that creates fun mobile games in order to raise awareness for environmental issues.
- Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA (1888PressRelease) February 25, 2012 - Their latest iPhone and iPad game, GreenPleco: The Sucker Fish, hits the Apple App Store today. A portion of all sales will be donated to environmental charities.
"Our ultimate goal is to make factory farms illegal and stop all animal cruelty while offering a great, fun game," says Milton Mariscal, co-founder of GreenPleco. "Many nonprofits have few ways of getting financial support. With each download, we raise money for organizations that care for animals and the environment."
GreenPleco has already donated to several charities, including Save the Manatee Club, while developing this game.
GreenPleco contains one full game and a series of three mini-games, each of which features a lovable animal helping to rehabilitate the environment. By combining fast-paced action with memorable characters such as The Sucker Fish, Mr. PigBounce, Claudia the Crab, and Gemma the Turtle, the game appeals to both adults and children alike.
"If you like fun games and you care about the environment, this game is for you," says Milton Mariscal.
GreenPleco: The Sucker Fish is available worldwide in the iTunes App Store.
GreenPleco is run by Milton and Claudia Mariscal, animal enthusiasts who want to bring awareness to environmental issues in unique ways. GreenPleco's mission is to support nonprofit organizations in their efforts to protect many different species of animals on our planet. The company's name and logo is inspired by the algae eater fish "hypostomus plecostomus," more commonly known as the sucker fish.