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Everybody will agree, human world is having a big crisis. As a species, we went from cave age to nuclear knowledge and space exploration, but when it comes to live together peacefully, we didn't grow that much. World is still full of people who want to see other people dead for various reasons, and most of the time without having met or spoken once with their object of hate. Some nations, most of the time driven by the wills of a few hundred people, are fighting against others because they think of their borders as more valuable than whole mankind. Everywhere or so, the world is full of people who think they own the Truth, with a big T, and that they are entitled to force others on their beliefs.
Why am I talking of such obvious things ? Because SG is about gifting and sharing love of gaming with random strangers from everywhere on Earth. It's a successful attempt to create relations between people who probably wouldn't have met another way. So, whoever you are, wherever you live, whatever religion (or none) you believe in, if you like to think of yourself as a citizen of Earth, if you feel that differences should be dealt with by tolerance, talking and mutual understanding, if you seek for peace between people... have a few giveaways :)
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Hope dies last...
This post always seems weird to me: Giveaways for peace, that are meant to bring people together.....but they have level and other restrictions.....so not everyone can join in.....
Not only are we divided in the world, we can't even come together for a video game......seems weird..
Steamgifters offered more than 1 000 games in this thread. Some with level or ratio restrictions, some without.
For the record, I created this on a day I was willing to make a bunch of GAs, with no anticipation or agenda. I was never able to close it because community has been creating new GAs again and again: that was unexpected, and heartwarming.
I don't think levels and SGTools rules are against the idea of peace. Anyway, a contributor is free to manage his GAs at will on SG, in this thread like in every other :)
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