For Immediate Release


Middlesbrough , 20 September 2010– North East England games developer Iguana Entertainment has been working with National Geographic’s NatGeo Games brand on a new title which hopes to teach people how towns and cities can develop better to avoid risking long-term damage to the environment.


Build It Green: Back to the Beach is a time management strategy game which puts the player in the Mayor’s seat on a tropical island which is being overrun by tourists, traffic and industry. Over 60 missions, they are tasked with completing goals to improve and rebuild the island’s districts.


The player has a full complement of eco-houses, businesses, parks and renewable sources of energy production available to build on the island to help improve environmental health and keep the population happy.


The game is free to play and has now launched on some of the biggest game portals on the Internet, including Big Fish Games (, who are an industry leader in casual gaming.


Iguana Entertainment currently employs ten staff in central Middlesbrough and is working on a number of licensed and original titles for various games platforms.


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For more information please contact Matt Falcus at Iguana Entertainment

+44 01642 230033 or

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