Elva, the Eco Dragon, is an adventure that seeks to influence the environmental awareness of children. The protagonist is Elva, a dragon from another galaxy whose purpose is to clean up the planet from human pollution. With her they will travel by land, sea and air, as well as to the earth’s orbit, to fulfill all kinds of missions related to the care of the Earth.
Collect waste and recycle.
Like Elva, players will collect waste for recycling and accumulating points. They’ll find everything from household trash to toxic waste to space travel debris. The reward will vary depending on how many units of each type you collect. Other ways to help the planet offered by the game include popularizing paper bags, reforesting the map and saving the lives of endangered aquatic animals. You can also clean up areas inhabited by viruses and harmful bacteria.
Elva the Eco Dragon is going to be released next May 19th on Early Release (Steam). We’re also working with the Mac and Xbox One versions, that will be ready soon.
What is and what is not “Elva the Eco Dragon”.
“Elva the Eco Dragon” is a game to have a good time playing while showing the importance of cleaning the whole planet. Some people has told us that this is a political game because it works on the idea that the climate change is an opinion created by some political tendencies. We are not politicians; we are game developers, and we are not going to discuss that kind of things; we are going to encourage everyone to one idea: cleaning the planet, taking care of the planet, working for the planet, recycling, is an important task that everyone should embrace.
A new entry about “Elva the Eco Dragon” where we’ll talk about two different elements of the game: Steam Leaderboards and toxic waste.
Cleaning is a hard work for Elva. She came from another galaxy to help humanity, but it seems that humanity doesn’t want to help itself. So maybe you can do something to solve this. Even better, maybe you can be one of the leaders helping Elva.
Leaderboards are what they mean: a table with people working hard to get the best positions. In “Elva the Eco Dragon” the leaderboards are:
This new video of “Elva the Eco Dragon” shows some actions related to the recycling process of the game. Recycling is a central area of the process, and has two versions: recycling big things that goes to a transport (airplane, ship, zeppelin) and small things. In this video you can also see a dangerous hazard that can be eliminated soon to avoid losing points.
The Earth is in danger: pollution, climate change, and other man-made disasters. Elva has come to the planet to try to solve what humanity has damaged. But she needs your help. Will you be able to fight for a better world?
In this recorded interactive video tutorial you can watch a session of the main, but not all, aspects of the game. And more info coming soon!
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Thank you for believing that math can be funny and enjoyable!
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Math Street Challenge is now available at the App Store. Thank you!