Pick up a plethora of non-violent titles in Steam Sale; Mediatonic and the Fall Guys community supports campaign with charity streams
War Child UK, the charity that protects, educates and stands up for the rights of children caught up in war, is today launching its annual Armistice fundraiser, which encourages peaceful gameplay during the month of November to coincide with Armistice Day. This year the campaign includes a fundraising Steam Sale and will be supported by a series of Fall Guys streams throughout the period.
Starting today, until the 17 November, players can pick up a host of non-violent games in the Armistice Steam Sale, including critically-acclaimed titles from Daedalic Entertainment, Amanita Design, Inkle, Dinosaur Polo Club, Huey Games and Bossa Studios. A percentage of all proceeds will go directly to children whose lives have been torn apart by war.
This year the charity has also partnered with its friends at Mediatonic, to host a series of Fall Guys charity streams. From 19-30 November, many popular influencers will be playing Fall Guys for their fans, who will be encouraged to donate directly to War Child. Anyone wishing to stream Fall Guys in aid of War Child can sign up here.
War Child UK Armistice 2020 Sale: https://store.steampowered.com/sale/armistice
A full list of participating titles can be found below:
|AER Memories of Old||Daedalic|
|Leaves – The Journey||Daedalic|
|Leaves – The Return||Daedalic|
|Relaxing VR Games: Mahjong||Daedalic|
|The Night of the Rabbit||Daedalic|
|The Whispered World Special Edition||Daedalic|
|The Last Tinker: City of Colors||Daedalic|
|Mini Metro||Dinosaur Polo Club|
|Samorost 3||Amanita Design|
|Hyper Sentinel||Huey Games|
|I Am Bread||Bossa Studios|
|Purrfect Date||Bossa Studios|
|Sorcery! Parts 1 & 2||Inkle|
The specialist gaming team at War Child UK has created innovative fundraising partnerships across the PC, console and mobile industries, as well as through streaming and support from the gaming community. To date, it has brought in well in excess of £5 million through gaming partnerships.
Since 2016, the Armistice campaign has raised over £500,000 and been supported by eighteen of the largest conflict themed games in the world including Verdun (BlackMill Games and M2H), World of Tanks (Wargaming.net), Total War (Creative Assembly/SEGA), Respawnables (Digital Legends), Dawn of Titans (Natural Motion), DomiNations (Big Huge Games), Dragon City (Gameloft) and many more.
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