This past weekend at the Coachella Music Festival a midst the music and art, weary travelers could take refuge from the sun and indie bands in a retro arcade . Some of which include a new spin on classic arcade games such as No Impact-Man, Wast Invaders, and DangerousDig. This whole arcade concept was created by Global Inheritance, a non-profit organization dedicated to employing technology, the arts, and experiential learning.
In order to play these games, instead of the traditional quarters, players would do a act of eco-friendly do-goodery from a list. Some of which included recycling 3 bottles/cans ,taking a photo with the polar bears, taking yourself composting, or write a love letter to Recyclasaurus Rex (this guy below, he looks like a totally softie).
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LOOK WHO CAME: