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Google Supports Movember With Games Users Control With Their Moustaches

Google Supports Movember With Games Users Control With Their Moustaches
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The charity month that encourages men to grow facial hair to raise awareness for prostate cancer now has a weekly series of web activities created by the search giant.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 12 november 2012

Google Australia presents a new and inovative method of supporting the charity movement Movember by unveiling a series of motion-based games that can be controlled by a man’s moustache. Produced by M&C Saatchi’s digital agency Mark, along with digital production arm, MAKE, Movember games are launched via a Google Chrome web app. Each of the four face-tracking games is set to roll out each week of Movember.

Mark Creative Director, Hamish Stewart, says via lbbonline:

 The project has been a showcase for the kind of digital collaboration we’re nurturing in the agency. It’s been a labour of love for the entire team, while being a delightful way to raise awareness for Movember and Google Chrome. I hope people have as much fun playing the games as we did making them.

Check out the video below to see how the games work:

Movember Games

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