Social Cubix, a leading Facebook and iPhone app development company collaborates with UNICEF to launch a puzzle based game in a bid to increase global awareness of issues in poverty stricken countries in Africa.
Online PR News – 18-June-2012 – New York – Social Cubix proudly announces UNICEF’s SahelNow app which uses Social Cubix's Puzzle Engine on Facebook. SahelNow is a drag and drop puzzle game that helps players know more about certain African regions being severely affected by harsh ecological conditions.
What Makes this App Special: UNICEF has always engineered campaigns and events to help create awareness about world problems. What better platform other than Facebook is ideal to help promote this issue facing the Sahara region of Africa? With Facebook, UNICEF can reach millions of people through a well thought out application that is fun to use at the same time. The application, built puzzle style, presents users with a map of Africa with the affected regions highlighted. The user then has to, under timed conditions, match the countries by placing pins on the map. A correctly placed pin presents information about the country including important statistics.
Users can play with their friends to see who can correctly perform all the actions in the shortest time and can see their performance on a global leaderboard. A brilliant use of a simple but fun game to bring awareness, Unicef is definitely making the most of it's social media reach of 1Million+ fans
Social Cubix is proud to have provided UNICEF with our Puzzle Engine to power the application as a gesture of support for the cause. As one of the key Facebook developers and iPhone app developers, we work to help brands and organizations connect with their fans and recruit new ones. We have helped brands like Walmart, Office Depot and Sony to name a few to realize this goal in measurable ways. For more about Social Cubix and our service offerings, visit http://www.socialcubix.com or call 18669782220. For more information about Unicef, visit http://www.unicef.org.