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THE WEB MARKETING ASSOCIATION IS PROUD TO PRESENT THIS 2012 MOBILEWEBAWARD FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN MOBILE DEVELOPMENT

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To: Wildscreen

For: Survival

Award: Best Education Mobile Application, Best Environmental Mobile Application

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About the Entry



“Survival” is a free mobile game aimed at children but fun for the whole family, full of fascinating facts about some of the world’s most endangered animals. The game pits players in a fight for survival, rewarding players with new characters and stunning photos from Wildscreen’s ARKive initiative – a unique online collection of the very best films and photos of the world’s threatened wildlife, freely accessible to all at www.arkive.org.

Wildscreen works to promote a greater public appreciation of the world’s biodiversity and the conservation of nature, through the power of wildlife imagery. Wildscreen’s flagship initiative, ARKive is a unique online collection of the very best films and photographs of the world’s wildlife, providing a stunning audio-visual record of life on Earth, freely accessible to all at www.arkive.org.

Immersive, interactive and educational, “Survival” is a great way to spark children’s curiosity for the natural world. At home, in the classroom or on-the-go, kids will have a whale of a time as they race against the clock to tap, pinch, drag, scroll and swipe their way through a series of mini-games that test four key survival skills: speed, agility, endurance and intelligence, while learning about the world’s endangered species. As a reward for earning high scores players unlock stunning photos from the ARKive collection as well as nine hand-illustrated hero characters.

By bringing the natural world to young people on the platforms in which they are most comfortable and familiar, Wildscreen hopes to entertain and educate the next generation of conservationists.

 

Award Credits

Contributors:

Wildscreen Content Manager :

Lucie Muir

Wildscreen Online Outreach Manager:

Ellie Dart

ThoughtDen Creative Director:

Ben Templeton

ThoughtDen Studio Manager:

George Rowe