ECO inc. Save the Earth Planet 4+

Sandbox Clicker Strategy Game

Valerii Martynov

Designed for iPad

    • 4.7 • 1.7K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Save the Earth is the first educational game on ecological topic. Get a close look at actual ecologic problems, their causes and initiative people from all over the world who are saving our planet from an ecological disaster.

You will try on a role of a saving planet fund. Get engaged with the activities which will affect the Earth’s future. Research, think, make your choice and see your results. Save our home and its inhabitants!

We ourselves are in fact active preservationists so part of the money we get from sales of the game we put to charity.

Go to our website to learn more about our goals:
Take part in saving our planet together with us!

How to play:
The player’s goal is to stabilize ecological situation on the whole planet on early stages. And then step by step restore and improve eco-situation of the Earth. In the end of your game you will get your statistics on how successful your mission was. Each step leads to different consequences, you have to make thoughtful actions and fast.

Study specifications of regions and their exact problems
Track eco-situations of the Earth’s regions
Integrate ecological projects
Send volunteers for help
Fight negative ecological aspects: poachers, trawlers, smugglers
Overcome the devastating consequences of disasters
Encounter new green technologies

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What’s New

Version 1.2.80

Bug fix update

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
1.7K Ratings

1.7K Ratings

IronSol ,

If only it was this easy...

I thoroughly enjoyed this game. This Plague Inc-like game was easy to understand. It was also easy to beat. In fact, I was able to finish the tutorial and immediately complete hard difficulty. I would have liked if there was news coverage like in Plague Inc that could tell you of certain upcoming events or other things that could affect your progress. For instance, if the Olympics were going to begin in a certain country, it could affect pollution and CO2 usage for a while. I also would have liked to actually see some of the things I created like the underwater cities or the vertical forests on the global map.

This is not anything wrong with the game but, as I was playing it, I started to feel saddened. It was not because of the game itself but because it its implications to real life. In complete contrast to real life, <>. The necessary measures to save the planet in this game were simple: protect biodiversity, invest in renewables, and clean up pollution and CO2. These are obvious changes we should implement in real life but it is incredibly difficult to do so. Telling people to adopt a more sustainable lifestyle is already a Herculean task; never mind the daunting task of trying to coordinate between countries to decarbonize the air or to help clean up pollution.

Overall, it is a wonderful and informative game and I wish it was this easy to fix things around the globe.

kittis are cool? ,

Right up my alley

From the art work to the gameplay this game is worth it. It falls into the pay to better your experience, but it does not impede on the game once so ever. Furthermore, the best part is the message of helping the environment. That’s what sets it apart to other strategy games out there. Just some quick comments, one maybe have a option to research links or conversation. Maybe even some live like “hey, this livestream is happening hear on something, go check it out!” Really will show the care and want to prove that message. Overall add another type of gameplay instead on the macro/world level go micro into a region. Then specifically bring up problems there. Though I really loved the cute and simple art style from earlier iterations and would love to get a setting turning the map into that. Although, if this is for the best who am I to judge. That’s my two sense and long story short this is great so play it!

Player😏😏😏 ,

Nerf hard mode

I’ve been trying to beat hard mode without watching ads, and it’s just impossible. First, you have to keep one continent alive long enough to begin solving causes. This will take about 4 years because every continent will be dead in 1 year, causing an insane race against the clock. Then once some continents are alive, you need to put down all the evil events, like wildfires and trawlers and poachers. If you’re unlucky, they’ll hit all your living continents and cause a game over. Because as soon as they show up, the continent dies. If you can make it past that point, if you have every single icon in the social tab, then and only then can you begin to think about victory. But you’ll never get there. Because of fresh water. My game has been going for 30 years, I have bought everything I can. And still the freshwater quality is going down. Every continent can fall simultaneously if one quality dips below 0. The only reason I’m still going is because reloading the game causes all areas to trend up (like they’re supposed to). On top of the fact that a single event can destroy a continent instantly even if my volunteers are present. It is impossible to win. The freshwater quality never goes above 14%.
If I can’t win with every single upgrade, then it doesn’t matter how many ads I watch. I will never win. Please nerf hard mode

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