Alba: A Wildlife Adventure plants 275k trees as it hits download milestone

Alba: A Wildlife Adventure plants 275k trees as it hits download milestone

Over 275,000 trees have been planted in accordance with the number of downloads Ustwo Games’ Alba: A Wildlife Adventure has accrued.

Last month, Ustwo released Alba: A Wildlife Adventure on Apple Arcade. In partnership with climate conservation organisation Ecologi, every download of the game across all platforms results in one tree being planted, with the mission being to reach one million trees planted overall.

According to a post by the official Alba: A Wildlife Adventure Twitter account, the exact number of trees planted so far is 276,490, restoring three habitats in the process. More information on Ecologi’s mission can be read over on its website.

Alba: A Wildlife Adventure is a peaceful adventure game which follows Alba, a young girl visiting her grandparents who live on a tropical island. After finding an animal in danger, she sets out on an adventure of her own to save the island from an ecological disaster and preserve the wild habitats that exist within it. See the trailer below for more details on it.

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You can play it on mobile via Apple Arcade, the premium subscription service available for iOS devices that gives you access to hundreds of games, many of them being time-limited exclusives. The first month trial is free, with the regular monthly fee going up to £4.99 afterwards.

If you want to learn more about Apple Arcade and start playing Alba: A Wildlife Adventure to help plant trees, you can check out the official website for details.

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