OneBigGame: Gaming for Charity

OneBigGame: Gaming for Charity
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OneBigGame is altering the model for video game production by publishing games for charity.

Nate Graham
  • 9 november 2009

OneBigGame is altering the model for video game production by publishing games for charity.  Founded in 2007, the company has just recently announced its first title.  The game, Chime, a puzzler developed by Zoë Mode will be distributed on Xbox Live. At least 60 percent of all revenue generated by Chime will be donated to charity.  Though this is the first game, other developers are already in line with subsequent games.  For gamers, spending in the name of charity should be a nice, easy way to justify parting with their hard-earned Xbox Live points on what looks to be a pretty solid title.

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