Social games are commonplace now.
Socially conscious games? Not so much.
In the game, you build your own virtual park and 15% of vitual money is donated to real-life non-proft ogranizations that protect land and save endangered species.
Given that the game's YouTube video has just a single dislike out of nearly 8,000 views, it's clear that people can agree with the idea of contributing to charities and helping protect the planet by playing games on Facebook.
Don't think that merely building a virtual park on a social network is going to cease the extinction of species, but hey—at the very least it's a neat thought that you can help in some way while entertaining yourself at a bus stop or on your coffee break. And if game developers made a trend out of this concept, we might actally be able to really make a difference through games.