I enjoy checking out new apps and games to keep me occupied. Often throughout my work day, I’ll open one of my games up and play around just to get a little break and let my mind clear. Today I’ve partnered with C-Note Enterprises LLC. to share all about their newly launched app, Box Loader.
Box Loader is a staking and loading game where the main character Cargo catches boxes and loads them into R-Cycle, the recycling bin. A former delivery driver who is now on a quest to be a hero, Cargo is on a mission to save the planet by recycling. In Box Loader, players have 90 seconds to catch 8 of each of the 3 colored boxes before time runs out by touching the boxes as they fall. Depending on the level, boxes might fall of a truck bed or fall from cranes, birds and even more as you advance through the levels.
At the end of each round, you’ll be able to see how many boxes you caught and what your score is. You can see where you rank by comparing your score with other players and compete for the top score.
It’s always fun to change things up so you can purchase other items to catch – like cake, fish, food and sports balls right through the in-game store.
I found Box Loader to be a fun and interactive game which is perfect for all ages. What really gets me is the story behind Box Loader. The founder of C-Note Enterprises LLC. is Oakland native, Carlton Franklin. Franklin was inspired to create Box Loader when he learned that 4.3 pounds of waste are generated each day by the average person, 55% of which ends up in landfills. Add that up and that amounts to 220 million TONS of waste that ends up in one of the 3,500 landfills throughout the US.
Many of these items that people toss can actually be recycled though and that’ what really inspired Mr. Franklin. He decided to encourage us all to adapt healthy habits by recycle through his fun game, Box Loader.