The App will be released on Monday, March 15th with donations made to help ease the strain of these quarantine times
Over 116 million cases of COVID-19 have been reported around the globe and those numbers continue to grow in spite of vaccines being slowly rolled out. The impact of the virus on medical teams around the world has been immense with many struggling to keep up. Since the start of the pandemic in March 2020, Doctors Without Borders has worked tirelessly to help people in poorer countries fight the infectious disease and receive the medical treatment needed to survive.
Doctors Without Borders’ work hasn’t gone unnoticed and the creators of the all-new mobile app “Tic Tac Joy: Play to Help” want to aid the organization and raise funds, allowing it to continue providing medical aid to countries in need. The app’s creators will donate all the Ads’ net revenue upon its launch on March 15th to April 21st. A donation counter can be found on the game’s official website showing a daily figure for the money raised.
The app is based on the original Tic Tac Toe, but takes the game to a whole new level. “Tic Tac Joy: Play to Help” is familiar to players while at the same time, it adds elements to the original game for even more fun.
“Tic Tac Joy: Play to Help” was created by a h
umble international team of six people: two from Brazil, two from Germany, one from Sri Lanka, and one each from Spain, Italy, and Venezuela. Together the team came up with the concept for the game and donating money to an organization helping people in 63 countries around the world. The team hopes its story and goals to help Doctors Without Borders will inspire people to stay safe at home and play to help.
Donations will be made from the game’s launch on March 15th until April 21st. Smart device users who download “Tic Tac Joy: Play to Help” can help by Doctors Without Borders and millions of people around the globe by having fun playing the game and staying safe.
The game which will be released worldwide has already gained huge exposure, and is the perfect way to thank those people on the front line.