Are you looking for a game to play on your smart phone? Maybe a game that is educational, cute and fun?
Some time ago Sergei Boutenko* was searching for a nice and positive game his nephew could play. When he did not find any out there that he could recommend, he decided to create one himself. The Green Smoothie Game was born and is now available on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
The object of the game is to collect enough falling fruits and greens to feed all the animals with green smoothies. Tilt your phone, side to side, to fill the blender. To make things interesting, watch out for non-edible items falling at the same time because these will set you back. This will get progressively harder as you advance in the game.
Every time you beat a level, your payoff is a green smoothie recipe. By the way, a cute touch is that the phone actually vibrates when a smoothie is being blended!
“If you’ve ever wanted to play a game with a positive, healthy-eating oriented plot, you’re in luck! My game is especially beneficial for parents who want to teach their kids about good eating habits in a fun way. But don’t just take my word for it, try it out for yourself!”
Facts Green Smoothie Game
Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 4.2 or later.
Updated: Aug 4, 2012
Size: 38.9 MB
Seller: Raw Family © Raw Family
Check it out here>>
Customer review: “Great game to teach kids about healthy eating!!!”
*Who is Sergei Boutenko?
Sergei is the son of Victoria and Igor Boutenko, from the “Raw Family”.
When he was nine he was diagnosed with diabetes. Actually his whole family was diagnosed with serious ailments at the same time; Victoria with arrhythmia, Igor with arthritis and hyperthyroid, his sister Valya with asthma and Sergei with diabetes.
They opted to search for a more promising alternative and made the joint decision to eat a strict plant based diet of fruit, veggies, nuts, seeds, and berries to see if diet could positively influence their health. And it worked! Over the next six months they each reversed their health problems completely.
After seeing firsthand what an important role food had on their health inspired them to start teaching, writing books and making films about their experiences.
Sergei currently works as a videographer filming anything he finds inspiring. He says that in this sector, short comedies are his favorites to produce. He is also involved in many sports and furthermore leads excursions teaching people about wild edibles and the importance of eating greens.
For more information on wild greens you can check out his app called “Wild Edibles”; click here>>
By Åsa Paul-Johansson
On the Lime – Raw Foods
Fort Lauderdale area, Florida