CyberDodo fights against the sexual exploitation of children II (2-27)
Millions of children are subjected to the awful horror of sexual abuse, which is considered to be a...
What a dreadful indication of the devastation mankind has caused, that these giants (which are more than 30 metres long and weigh more than a 100 tons) are no longer protected in the oceans.
To have an idea of the extent of the massacre of whales, all we need to do is go back one century, when more than 200,000 blue whales populated the depths of the sea. Today, experts estimate that there are less than 2,000!
But of course there are several species of whales (which does not mean that they are better treated by mankind), you will find out about this in the file with focus on this subject. Apart from this game, there is also a cartoon and a quiz for you.
Your mission is to save Mother whale and her pup from the dangers that fill the oceans today. In order to do this, don’t forget to read the instructions below carefully.
Take note, your score cannot be registered if your computer is not connected to the Internet – even for a few seconds – or if your service provider changes your IP address during the session.
How will you carry out your mission?
You should protect Mother Whale and her pup from waste, drums of petrol and all the dangers they will encounter, which of course are caused by mankind.
Use your mouse (left button) to move individually in the path of the whales (Mother Whale can also send up a jet of water if you press the space bar).
You will see that each whale has its own indicator which will inform you of its state of health. Every time it bumps into an object, it will lose a part of its life, so it is very important to collect all the boosters you come across.
If the game takes place for long enough, you will see new baby whales appearing and you will need to take care of them also.
Finally, do not ever let a whale go off the screen, because then you will lose the game.
In conclusion, all you have to do is fill your lungs and dive in, so that you can protect these wonders of Nature, good luck!