My Conservation Park

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Press Release
A Facebook game that’s actually Good for Something:
MyConservationPark links virtual parks to those in the real world

Fort Lauderdale, Florida and New York, New York, (June 23, 2011) – Good World Games and Orangutan Outreach are excited to announce their partnership in MyConservationPark’s orangutan mission, a fun, new Facebook game that allows players to manage their own Orangutan Park while helping to save orangutans in the real world.

There’s an abundance of online social games at present but how many games are addressing the world’s problems? Enter MyConservationPark, an innovative social game with a green, planet-friendly mission: protecting endangered animals.

In the Orangutan Park, your “hero” must be protected from an ever-growing number of human and environmental threats raiding their habitat. Conquer these challenges successfully and you will be rewarded with cash and karma. Enrich your hero’s habitat and balance the eco-system by buying native flora and fauna. Hire staff like rangers and veterinarians to defend your hero and keep the habitat sustainable. Good World Games donates 15% of player in-game purchases directly to Orangutan Outreach. Friends can visit each other’s parks to help protect and enrich each other’s conservation habitats.

Gregory Sukornyk, CEO of Good World Games, announced: “Orangutan Outreach is a leading organization in fighting for the protection of orangutans and we are excited to partner with them for the game’s orangutan mission. When players buy virtual goods with real money, they are funding Orangutan Outreach’s conservation programs in the real world.”

Richard Zimmerman, Executive Director of Orangutan Outreach added: “We are thrilled to be partnering up with Good World Games on this exciting new online venture. Connecting with the gaming community on Facebook will definitely be a win-win for players and orangutans! Raising awareness via MyConservationPark will have an enormous impact on the lives of orangutans in the wild as well as those being cared for in real-life rescue centers.”

You can support orangutans too. Try MyConservationPark, the game that Grist.org hails as a “Facebook game that’s actually good for something!” Start the Orangutan park today and support Orangutan Outreach’s conservation efforts by playing to protect. Visit the following link to start your own orangutan park: http://www.myconservationpark.com/redapes. You can make a difference for these magnificent creatures!

About Good World Games:

Good World Games, Inc. (www.goodworldgames.com) was founded in 2010 with the goal of creating socially conscious social games. We are building a movement dedicated to helping important global causes through fun and educational games offered to a wide and engaged audience. Our first game MyConservationPark is now available on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/myconservationpark. The game currently supports Orangutan Outreach along with a host of other conservation non-profits. Our games have been featured in publications such as TechCrunch, Grist Magazine, National Geographic, Forbes Magazine, CrispGreen, Greenwala and Vegetarian Star.

About Orangutan Outreach:

Orangutan Outreach has been dedicated to protecting orangutans in their native habitat since its foundation in 2007. They work to promote public awareness of conservation strategies, and collaborate with Indonesian conservationists in the running of orangutan rehabilitation centers and sanctuaries. The organization also funds rescue efforts of orangutans confiscated on palm oil plantations and those held illegally by private owners. Orangutan Outreach works with zoos worldwide to raise awareness of orangutan conservation efforts and uses the Internet to provide free orangutan-related curriculum materials. Their local and global fundraising efforts support these goals. Visit them online at www.redapes.org

For press inquiries, please contact:

Good World Games, Inc.

Aaron Matthews
Media Relations Associate
press@goodworldgames.com
(954) 828-2148

Orangutan Outreach
Richard Zimmerman
Executive Director
rich@redapes.org

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