Hello! It’s good to be back in the swing of things after our Extra Life weekend. Join me for some great news, would you?
With the recent rise and success of indie games on the market, it’s no surprise that more and more game developers are looking to bring their dreams to life for others to enjoy.
This week I had the opportunity to sit down with a local indie game developer, Denzel Weatherspoon of Dennel Cake and a game development student at Fitchburg State University, to talk about his upcoming release: Obsolete Souls.
Happy Halloween! The news I’m bringing you from last week’s episode of This Week in Gaming might not be spoooooooky, but I hope it satisfies you.
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp looks like the mobile social experience that today’s mobile gamer is looking for. Let’s take a look at some of the discussed features, as well as some speculation!
Hey. Happy Tuesday. Here’s what happened on episode 28 of This Week in Gaming for the week of Friday, October 13 through Friday, October 20.
Hello. You’re looking great this morning. Is that a new shirt? It suits you. Oh, you want to hear our gaming news from our last episode of This Week in Gaming? You’re in luck. I’ve got it right here.
Welcome to the beginning of Extra Life 2017! We’ve got less than one month until Game Day, so it’s time to start spreading the news!
HEY, WHAT IS EXTRA LIFE?
Extra Life is an annual charity event that benefits children’s hospitals around the country. If you think about it, you probably know someone who has benefited from a children’s hospital – one of your family members, maybe a friend, maybe a coworker. When you join Extra Life, you choose a children’s hospital to raise money for – our hospital of choice is, of course, Boston Children’s, since it’s our local one. Many of us here at YeahDude know people personally who have been to Boston Children’s as kids. Some of us have kids who have needed their services before. Boston Children’s Hospital is incredibly personal to us, and it is that reason and many others why we’ve chosen
We raise money for Boston Children’s every single year during Extra Life. Last year, during Extra Life 2016, we raised $730. Every dime of that went directly to the hospital for the things they need donations for, whether it’s patient care, research, or one of the many dozens of other things they need donations for.
WOW, THAT SOUNDS PRETTY COOL.
Yeah, it is cool! That’s why we raise money with Extra Life for Boston Children’s Hospital. Because it’s personal to us. Because kids need it. Because it’s a great hospital. Because, at the end of the day, it made us feel amazing that we did that for these kids. And, as a bonus, your donation is tax deductible, if you care about that sort of thing.
BUT WAIT, I’M REALLY BAD AT VIDEO GAMES.
That’s totally fine! Some of us aren’t that great, either. It doesn’t mean we can’t have fun. We can even make a game out of being bad – sometimes, that’s more entertaining than being really, really good at them. Or, maybe you prefer tabletop gaming – that’s cool too. Maybe you’re into Monopoly? We dig that, too! It doesn’t matter what kind of game you want to play, they’re all good choices when it comes to raising money for sick children.
OKAY, NEAT. SO HOW DO I GET IN ON THIS?
You can use the links in this post to navigate to our team’s page. There, you can donate and even join our team! Anyone is welcome to join the team and become one of us – you don’t even have to be local. Just join the team and play games on November 4th and 5th, share our team page with your family and friends and urge them to donate and share as well. This campaign is only a success when we turn it into one.
WAIT, WHEN IS THIS HAPPENING? I GOTTA PUT IT IN MY CALENDAR.
Game day is Saturday, November 4th through Sunday, November 5th. We at YeahDude will be running two 12-hour sessions:
This is the most efficient way for us to spend 24 hours gaming for charity and still be at our best without dying or being fueled exclusively by coffee.
Keep an eye on our Charity tab on our website, and game on.
Hey. You like news? I like news. We all like news. Here’s last week’s gaming news for you to consume.
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Fancy meeting you here. You must love to consume gaming media. Us, too. Here’s the round-up of what happened last week.