Toronto, Ontario / ACCESSWIRE / June 5, 2014 / RadonicRodgers.com is proud to announce our part in helping Kiva.org help entrepreneurs in developing countries. We have partnered with our youngest client, 14 year old Thomas to help him establish a gaming app called Chip Smasher. Available on the iTunes App Store for 99¢, all profits from the app go towards the Kiva.org charity. Kiva provides microloans to assist would be entrepreneurs in developing countries.
Science fairs have always been part of the educational curriculum. The Entrepreneurial fair (E-fair) is a student exhibit of entrepreneurial projects in which students create business ideas and products to sell for profit, and then donate those profits to help others.
The E-fair teaches students about business, marketing, sales, working with suppliers, investing and managing money. The best part of it is that the students are also helping another entrepreneur in a developing country with a micro loan, who then will have the capital to better their family’s lives.
Thomas came up with the whole business idea, designed the game, along with the concept, game play and the name Chip Smasher. RadonicRodgers.com has helped make his dream a reality by helping with graphic design, programming and app development.
About the App:
The game play is to smash as many chips as possible, avoid hazards and unlock new chip flavours, achievements and levels. Chips, apps and helping others are among his favourite things so he decided to combine them to get the perfect outcome. Thomas is all about helping those less fortunate along with providing his customers an excellent gaming experience.
By purchasing Chip Smasher for 99 cents you are automatically donating to Kiva.
Help Thomas help others and have some fun along the way. Chip Smasher is available on iTunes’ app store at this link: https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/chip-smasher/id881327546