Making games for charity


Last year I participated in a charity event called “Sick Kids Save Point” raising money for the Sick Kids Friends Foundation, supporting a sick kids hospital in Edinburgh, where I live. This year on the 13th-14th October I will be participating again, playing games for at least another 24 hours solid, putting my mental & physical stamina to the test. On top of this I’ll be doing something a little extra. For the weekend of the 30th/31st September I will be doing another marathon but this time making games!

My favourite idea submitted so far is a game based around the charity itself where the player takes on a boy fighting bugs in a hospital and retrieving toys!

Any finished games will be put on IndieCity available for sale for a nice cheap price with all money raised going to charity. This is all money raised from games in 2012 and included already released titles such as The Really Annoying Game and HexStackIt.

Please head to my IndieCity store and raise money by purchasing the games, or even better donate on my JustGiving page!