Rewards for finding real world locations

HABITAT aims to create a conversion of real-life actions and in-game consequences as part of an entertaining experience for players. Encouraging players to engage with the real world is an important part of HABITAT.

The game rewards players for visiting specified locations. We are proud to announce that EcoPOPs will be the first location based activity; as part of the game players will be rewarded for visiting ecoPOPs sites.

What is an ecoPOP?

An ecoPOP is a small free-standing and self-sustained green urban oasis that catches and stores its own water from rainfall, powers itself with the energy of the sun, generate its own nutrients, grows your own food, recycles materials, refreshes cities, improves the air quality, builds better communities and anyone can install it.

An ecoPOP is a small free-standing and self-sustained green urban oasis

An ecoPOP is a small free-standing and self-sustained green urban oasis

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About habitatthegame

The world’s habitats are in danger and you can help save them. In the vein of the Tamagotchi persistence play craze of the 90s, users will undertake actions to keep an endangered animal alive. In Habitat game players will adopt a polar bear. To keep the bear alive and healthy, players need to successfully complete events in the game and undertake real world actions. By completing these TASKS players will progress through levels, increasing the health of their bear and earn badges of recognition for their efforts. Ultimately the goal is to save the world by improving the bear’s health.

Posted on October 15, 2013, in Habitat the Game, Virtual Pins and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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