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Girl Rising review: A simple match-3 game at heart with a noble cause

The app is sponsored by the Vodafone India Foundation.

, ET Bureau|
Jul 07, 2018, 11.38 PM IST
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Through this game, they hope to simply inform you about the Girl Rising initiative and possibly inspire you to contribute in some way.
Girl Rising
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Vodafone Foundation's Girl Rising is a simple match-3 game at heart but ties in a noble cause of girl's education and empowerment.

It has nice, colourful themes and a simple play mechanic. Loosely based on the 2013 film Girl Rising that follows girls from different countries on their journey to education, the game tells you their stories while giving you hundreds of small tasks, quizzes and puzzles to solve.

The app is completely free (no ads, no in-app purchases) and can be played offline in English or Hindi. It's sponsored by the Vodafone India Foundation, a charitable organisation dedicated to driving social change on a large scale.

Through this game, they hope to simply inform you about the Girl Rising initiative and possibly inspire you to contribute in some way. If you enjoy match-3 games, do give this one a try.


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