Indian company develops Nat Geo's iPhone game

23 Nov

Plan it Green
We have been waiting for a while to see Indian developers make their
mark on the App Store with a major app for a while. So you bet we are
tossing our hats – oh well, our woollen scarves anyway-  on hearing
that New Udupi-based Robosoft Technologies has come out with the iPhone
version of National Geographic’s “Plan It Green.” The game was
initially launched for the PC on
Earth Day and thanks to them folks at Robosoft and publishers National
Geographic, Merscom and
I-play  is now available on the Godphone! 

“Plan It Green” puts you in the role of the Mayor of
Greenville. You must take the responsibility of restoring the former
glory of the city and making it green again. In order to proceed, you
must go through the several districts of the city and meet the goals
set in each one of them, which include building eco-friendly homes,
managing resources and maintaining the overall district happiness.
Sounds like Sim City with eco-friendliness thrown in to us, which is
far from being a bad thing really.

have worked with Robosoft on many projects and given how good they were
as a partner we found this opportunity to be a perfect fit,” said Lloyd
Melnick, Chief Customer Officer at Merscom.

“We’re proud to be
associated with a game like ‘Plan It Green’, which does its part to
raise awareness about the environment” said Rohith Bhat, MD & CEO
of Robosoft. “The players will love the unhurried pace that the game
follows, unlike other building sim games which can get quite

The game is now available on the App Store and is priced at $ 3.99. Are we downloading it? You bet we are. We love the environment!

No Responses to “Indian company develops Nat Geo's iPhone game”

  1. sajjad November 24, 2009 at 2:22 am #

    How to download games on appleipod touch in india as itunes store can not be accessed from here.

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