A fun, addictive and educational idle cookie clicker game aimed at raising awareness of how mankind affects the environment.
The year is 2030 and the new world currency is cookies. You are tasked with saving a dying world by baking cookies to halt and reverse the effects of climate change and global warming.
- Free to play, you never have to spend a penny to play.
- Simple and very addictive auto incremental game play.
- Earn over 200 achievements.
- Use powerups to speed cookie cooking production.
- Evolve your cookie mastery to gain extra benefits.
- Daily bonus awards and daily bonus mini-game.
- Login with Facebook, invite friends, share progress and compete with friends in the cookie master leaderboards.
- Offline cookie cooking.
- Random blessings boost your play.
- Deal with random curses such as striking workers, maintenance shut downs and more.
- Endless play allows you to play an indefinite amount of time.
- Backup and transfer game data across desktop and mobile devices.
Join the Community
Visit the Cookie Clicker Save the World Facebook community, get support and tips, interact with other players and share your experience with others!
Climate Change Awareness
Climate change is a very emotive subject, often difficult to talk about and more often not even thought about by the younger generation (ironically the ones that will need to dea with its affects in the future).
Whether or not climate change is caused by natural variation and / or mankind's mistreatment of the Earth its worth doing everything that we can to reduce our affect on the environment.
What can be done? Well there are many simple things we can do during or daily lives that can help to reduce our carbon footprint. Here are a few suggestions:
- Use less electricity - Buy better rated home appliances, use energy saving light bulbs, switch off lights and appliances when not in use, hang the washing out instead of throwing it into the tumble dryer.
- Use renewable energy - Use energy suppliers that have a greater mix of renewable energies, install solar panels, solar hot water and so on.
- Travel less or more efficiently - Take a holiday locally, walk the kids to school, have a stroll to the shops, take the train to work and so on.
- Eat locally produced produce - Eating locally produced produce eliminates the need for the food to be stored and transported over great distances.
- Recycle - Rubbish thrown into the trash is usually buried in the ground, each packet, box, tin and so on buried in the ground has to be remade from scratch. Recycling these items reduces the amount of energy required to remake them.
- Upgrade less - Upgrading appliances, TV sets, phones and so on just to have the latest and greatest is very wasteful, try to upgrade less.
- Education - Teach family, friends but most of all your children how to help and how to look after the environment.