The first alternate reality game played out on a large scale, where the participants affect meaningful real life change via a range of benevolent and charitable organizations.

Tim Kring, the brain behind the massively successful sci-fi drama Heroes, has created Conspiracy For Good in conjunction with Nokia’s Ovi platform. The first alternate reality game played out on a large scale, where the participants actually affect meaningful real life change via a range of benevolent and charitable organisations.

Though the game play is fictional, the potential outcomes are anything but. Conspiracy For Good are joint partners with the Pearson Foundation and Room to Read aiding these philanthropic organizations to build 5 libraries in Zambia. Whilst the Thames 21 charity – where the game launched at the weekend – is dedicated to revamping London’s waterways by utilising 8000 volunteers a year to aid in graffiti removal , the cleanup of 1000 tons of litter per year and creating new waterside habitats for wildlife.

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