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Nickelodeon’s Big Green Global Challenge Brain Wash Game

by | 14th, December 2008

THE Climate Kinder have a new weapon: The Big Green Help Global Challenge.

In an effort to educate and encourage action, Nickelodeon is set to release what could be the first ever online multiplayer video game that deals with environmental issues. As a component of the broader Big Green Help initiative, the game will tie together an overall theme that the company launched on Earth Day last April.

Earth Day is when you, er, turn off electrical things and sit in the dark marvelling at how terrific electrical things are.

Everyone who wants to play the game must take a pledge to reduce their carbon footprint. With that pledge comes a virtual checklist of changes that can be made such as “travelling by foot, bike, etc., instead of by car for four miles each week.”

You can read more about the evils of carbon dioxide (ie: exhaling) on the Nickelodeon website, and download the wind-powered game onto your mobile phone or your PC.

Top tip to saving the world: “Turn off your computer when you’re not using it.” Of course, with this wizard game, that will be never! Stay in and play video game, Climate Kops. Walking and all other forms of exercise require so much more breathing!

Game on!!

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