TreesPlease Games unveiled its first studio alongside its debut game, Longleaf Valley

TreesPlease Games, a studio established in 2019 with the goal of creating meaningful video games that are both good for the environment and beloved by millions of players, has today been formally unveiled along with the release of their first casual title, Longleaf Valley, and an $8 million seed investment.

TreesPlease Games will use the funding to invest in the success of their debut game Longleaf Valley

TreesPlease is dedicated to making games that people enjoy and that also change the world while they play. The team of 15 brings together Free to Play and Casual Gaming experts from throughout the industry, united by a shared aim to use their skills to impact change for the planet. They blend experiences from a variety of studios.

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With the goal of motivating players to be a force for good, the studio was created by former NaturalMotion, Square Enix, and PlayStation veteran Laura Carter, who serves as CEO and co-founder. Laura saw the chance to combine her own passion for saving animals and the environment with her experience in the games business because of the games industry’s enormous reach and capacity to bring about positive change. The studio believes in giving players the chance to do something meaningful and impactful with their playtime.

Image via TreesPlease Games

The game’s premise is based on the “Play It, Plant It” maxim, working in collaboration with Eden Reforestation Projects to plant trees for players where they are most needed. The primary element of the gameplay falls under the rapidly expanding merge category, and it serves as a representation of the game’s central concept of growing and restoring nature while also saving creatures.

Through landscape restoration, we are able to offer communities increased livelihood opportunities to restore their natural environment through nature-based solutions to climate change. The vision and drive behind the TreesPlease team led to conversations with Laura about sponsoring our restoration work. Through their partnership, we are able to facilitate landscape restoration and community development for communities across the world. We look forward to our continued partnership with TreesPlease.

Eden Reforestation Project

In Longleaf Valley, the emphasis is on reviving a once-vibrant park that has been harmed by corporate greed and climate change. As they advance in the game, users can use Eden Reforestation Projects to fulfill their desire to participate by really planting trees in the real world. Longleaf Valley is available on Apple App Store and Google Play Stores now.

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