Poke a Prez - Political Game App Puts Blind Kids on Tandem Bicycles
August 18, 2012 in Games
[prMac.com] Pueblo, Colorado - A silly political game with a seriously fun purpose! Poke a Prez takes a simple game of 'Whack a Mole' and lets the participant 'Poke to Vote' for the candidate of their choice. In 'Poking to Vote' the game player then downloads their vote into the Poke a Prez database and the election is then predicted based on the number of votes the player 'pokes'.
Free downloads of Obama and Romney face masks are available online. Just click on the downloads and print off your masks!
Poke a Prez is excited to predict the US Presidency election with a guaranteed 50% accuracy. With the millions and up to a billion being spent on the US Presidency election it is nice to know the proceeds from the less than a dollar costs goes to help children with blindness and visual impairment through the work of the Rush-Miller Foundation.
Proceeds will help put blind and low vision children on tandem bicycles around the US through the work of the Pueblo, Colorado based Rush-Miller Foundation. Since 2001 the Rush-Miller Foundation has put blind and low vision children on tandem bicycles in over 30 States and 7 countries.
Poke a Prez is a social entrepreneurial avenue for the Rush-Miller Foundation to raise needed funds for their ongoing projects. Alchemy3D approached RMF with the idea of Poke a Prez and the silly fund raising campaign began.
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 3.1.3 or later
* 25.1 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Poke a Prez 1.0 is only $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.
Poke a Prez 1.0
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Alchemy3D develops game and business applications for entrepreneurs and established companies seeking to increase their core business with innovative technology interfaces. Rush-Miller Foundation's motto is simple, "Put Kids On Bikes!" Since 2001 RMF has helped put blind and visually impaired children on tandem bicycles in the US and abroad. Alchemy3D partnered with RMF to help raise money to donate more tandems.