A Better World Facebook Game

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Have you heard about the new game  on Facebook called A Better World? It lets you create a positive and uplifting world where good deeds are rewarded. This is a nice change from the constant barrage of violent games you often find on the web.


A Better World rewards players for both in-game activities as well as in real life acts of kindness and expressions of thankfulness.  This game is taking Facebook by storm. It currently has over 120,000 players and more and more people are joining daily.

 

A Better World was created to encourage a supportive online community amongst its players and show support for making positive choices in players everyday real lives.

Additionally, there are mini games with uplifting themes where players can personalize their character and spaces and even play with and care for virtual pets. (hey, no cleaning up after them…perfect!)

 

Community members can explore over 15 locations within the game. Some of the popular destinations include:

  • Arcade–An area with mini-games that you can enjoy along or with other members.

 

  • Gratitude Grotto–A location to express your thankfulness and leave support for others.

 

  • Department of Do Good–Share your in real life good deeds you have done and see what others are doing to improve their non-virtual world.

 

  • Better Pets Pet Shop–The newest addition to A Better World. It is filled with lovable looking puppies, kittens, and even a magical unicorn.

 

A Better World was created by ToonUps, an entertainment company that is focused on developing content that encourages a positive attitude.

Play A Better World now on Facebook, be sure to ask your friends to join so that you can share good deeds with one another.

disclosure: I was given the opportunity to share my thoughts and opinions on A Better World. I received a gift card as a thank you for my participation. All thoughts and opinions are my own.