TikTok has partnered with Feeding America to fight hunger. The platform launched a game called ‘Garden of Good.’ Here’s a look at what it is and how you can play it!

Users have been using TikTok for years and making various trends go viral. Now, the platform has partnered with Feeding America for a good cause. TikTok has managed to add a game that will allow people to help others in real life. This initiative is already being applauded by many.

What is TikTok garden of good game?

The news about TikTok teaming up with Feeding American first surfaced online on June 3. On June 7, the platform finally launched its Garden of Good game. Some eagle-eyed fans noticed it on their homepage and have already given the game a try.

The game functions with the idea of growing “crop in TikTok to make real-world donations to end hunger.” You can invite friends to join in on the game.

The game also notes: “For each pound of virtual crop an eligible participant harvests during the Program period, TikTok will donate $0.10 to Feeding America. It also states that TikTok will donate a minimum of $150,000 and a maximum of $5,000,000.

At first, several people thought that the game was quite similar to FarmVille. While the game might be quite similar to it, TikTok’s Garden of Good hopes to help people in real life by allowing its users to participate in a user-friendly game.

How to play Garden of Good

Follow the steps below to play Garden of Good on TikTok

  1. Click on the icon which shows the picture of a diamond and carrot. This will be on the left corner of your screen.
  2. Select the type of crop you want.
  3. Water your plants by earning drops. This can be done by completing challenges or inviting friends to join the game.
  4. Harvest the plant and with every plant that has been harvested, TikTok will donate to Feeding America.

Fans have already been praising this step by TikTok as several have shared videos of their farm. Many have applauded the platform for taking a big step towards a greater cause.

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