The in-game advertisements for our game will generate money to plant real trees just by playing it! You can play the open beta now!
Did you know deforestation causes more carbon
dioxide emissions than all world's vehicles combined? We will be
partnering with Third Millennium Alliance to protect and replant these
forests through our game. Go to Third Millennium Alliance´s website to learn
how to contribute to tropical reforestation.
A choose-your-own adventure puzzle game. Play each day and plant away. 75% of profits go to reforestation efforts by Third Millennium Alliance
You play a once-loyal employee who grows sick of her job and commits herself to break into her corporation's confidential document storage. Locked deep within the storage are dark secrets. If you can leak these secrets it will bring justice to countless families who were irreparably harmed by it.
How is it possible to grow real forests by playing a virtual game? This can be accomplished by generating ad-revenue while playing the game! This model is proven by freerice.com which has donated nearly 1 million dollars worth of rice (that's 95 billion grains) since it started. Following this same model we are to creating a game that donates money towards tropical reforestation. As a player advances in the game they generate ad-revenue which the non-profit, Third Millennium Alliance will use to plant trees in threatened tropical forest. As they grow into towering forests these trees will help keep the only drinking source for the local community running through the dry season. By planting tropical trees in the last 2% of Coastal Ecuador's forest Third Millennium Alliance also provides essential habitat to thousands of species on the brink of extinction
Chris is a sustainability Master's student at UM. His thesis research on tropical agroforestation inspired Abaca Games' mission to aid in tropical reforestation.
Zach leads the intensive research that ensures the game connects players to real science. Zach also leads the game's promotion.
Amber is the visual artist for our game 10 Degrees. She is a student at University of Michigan who has been making game art since she was the ripe age of 10.
Darin Stockdill is the design coordinator for the University of Michigan’s Center for Education Design, Evaluation, and Research (CEDER).
Nate is managing director of the Center for Education Design, Evaluation, and Research (CEDER).