Turtle Vs Tata Greenpeace Game, A Protest To Save Turtles

By Shekhar Sahu on

11 August, 2010  at 2:11 AM

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Turtles Vs Tata Greenpeace Game Protest Dharma to Save Turtles

Recently The leading international environmental NGO came into buzz by releasing a controversial flash game "Turtle Vs Tata". Tata Sons took Greenpeace India and International to High Court and filed a defamation of damage of Rs 10 crore in infringement of Tata's trademark and which maligned the reputation.


The game Turtle vs Tata is targeted against Tata's new project deep water port in coastal orissa, which has been approved by Govt. The game tried to create awareness about the affect of Tata's Steel deep water port on the local turtles.

“The Dhamra project symptomatically represents all that threatens India’s coastline and the fact that state and central authorities continue to turn a blind eye to the irregularities in the project is shameful. Greenpeace continues to oppose the project. If the UPA government and Jairam Ramesh are serious about protecting India’s coasts they need to make sure that the mistakes of Dhamra are not repeated” said Ashish Fernandes, Oceans Campaigner, Greenpeace India.


This is why the game is named after TATA and turtles. Actually this game is based on popular pac-man game and was released on the anniversary of pac-man game. The player is a yellow turtle which has to avoid TATA the demons.



So we brought the game for you. You can make high scores and submit it and see who is no the top. You might be addicted :D Enjoy




Turtle vs TATA - The Game











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Download the Flash Game [link]



I think the motto of the NGO is ethical and we must support them. Otherwise government wont stop carbon trading. At all we ought to save nature, our planet.

Shekhar Sahu
(Blogger, Designer, Animator, Student)



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7 comments for this post

We need to save our Nature :)game seems to be a good initiative.

Posted on August 11, 2010 at 3:17 PM  

@Shabnam
Just for development we can't allow such projects. Thanks for commenting.

Posted on August 11, 2010 at 5:27 PM  

We have to move ahead before its too late.. Stop damaging our mother nature.

PS: The game is awesome.. Seems i am gonna stick with it.

Posted on August 12, 2010 at 1:05 AM  

hey nice fun game.....it reminds me about the tank game i use to play on my TV....but the govt aleast feel concern about these helpless creatures... :(
Thanks for sharing... :)

Posted on August 12, 2010 at 3:53 PM  
Anonymous

There seems to be some point that we are missing out here. Turtle nesting definitely sounds like a game for Greenpeace but it is certainly not so for an environmentally conscious corporate house like Tata Steel. If we go by facts, people should actually take note of a few turtle congregation figures. In 2009 almost 1.7 lakh turtles had come to Gahirmatha for their annual arribada. In year 2010 all nesting records in the last decade have been surpassed with almost 3.5 lakh turtles coming to Gahirmatha in a two-phase congregation. All this happened while construction work and dredging activities were going on in full swing at the port site. So what is the point in targeting a renowned name out of malice if Nature herself has no problems in following her usual course. Turtles have always come to the beaches of Orissa for nesting purposes and the fact that they have returned in large numbers in both 2009 and 2010 proves that nothing is amiss.

Posted on August 27, 2010 at 5:06 PM  

@anonymous
Perhaps you are not seeing the future consequences. I respect your thoughts.. Scientists should make a proper report on that..

Posted on September 6, 2010 at 11:37 PM  

hey nice fun game.....it reminds me about the tank game i use to play on my TV....but the govt aleast feel concern about these helpless creatures... :(
Thanks for sharing... :)

Posted on November 28, 2010 at 3:33 PM  
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