MAG Interactive say that special ocean-themed gaming events will run in six of MAG's games during October.
The gaming studio developed the events during this year's Green Game Jam, a workshop where game companies develop gaming ideas that support the global environmental agenda.
This workshop is held by Playing For The Planet Alliance
, an initiative under the UN Environment Programme
that brings together game companies worldwide with the common goal of improving the world's climate and environment through play.
MAG developed these environmental events based on the UN-led campaign Glowing Glowing Gone which works to curb the threat that coral reefs - also known as "rainforests of the ocean" - face as a result of climate change.
Reefs are one of the most vulnerable ecosystems to climate change due to die-off from ocean heat waves.
Daniel Hasselberg, CEO of MAG Interactive said:
"Last year's Green Game Jam inspired us all and this year it was a given to involve most of our live games in this initiative.
"Our goal is to create engaging content for our players while spreading an important message, that they have the power to help preserve the marine ecosystem."