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Plan It Green
Plan It Green gives players the opportunity to plan a green city. As mayor of your hometown, with the promise of changing the old ways of the past, to bring about a new green future. You are working with close supporters to restore this town to former glory and beauty. Watch as Greenville transforms before your eyes as you build eco-homes, apply green upgrades and bring new clean jobs and industry to your hometown!
  • Earn points and prestige as you transform Greenville from an eyesore, into a beautiful Green City!
  • Hours of gameplay in both campaign and free play mode!
  • Improve 8 neighborhoods across 45 levels!
  • Upgrade your hometown with parks, eco-homes and environmental upgrades
  • Build eco-friendly houses, stores and businesses
  • Pick the latest eco-upgrades
  • Monitor your Greendex as you track towards a more sustainable environment
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Mac OS X10.5.8Download the Mac Game Store App to compare your Mac requirements in real-time.

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CPU TypeUniversal
CPU CoresAny
CPU Speed1.4 GHz
System RAM512 MB
Drive SpaceUnknown
Video RAM32 MB
Video CardAny
  1. Hail Nuclear Power plants?
    by HelenaSophia, USA - Nov 23rd 2010

    The game was disappointing in two ways. First one is through very quickly. Secondly and I believe that to be really disturbing, is the fact that Nuclear Power plants are hailed as a 'clean energy' source. Well there is no storage facility for burned out fuel rods in the game. This is the second of some very bad games I downloaded. Not worth the money.

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  2. Fun for a few hours, then not at all
    by Jeremy Aldrich, USA - Apr 23rd 2010

    Replayability is very low on this game, which is really more of a time management game than a strategy game. Free play mode has absolutely no point at all, so once you finish the storyline once the game is done. I think the price point is a little high on this one, but it could be useful for a computer lab lesson plan in a K-12 school.

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  3. play it green
    by William Van Horn, USA - Dec 13th 2009

    Not worth the money. I finished playing it in one afternoon and that was it, Got it right the first time and no use playing it again. Very simple, maybe interesting for 5 year olds. Worst $20 I spent on a game!

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