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Armistice is an annual charity gaming fundraiser encouraging peaceful gameplay in support of children affected by war. Since 2016, it has raised over $390,000 and been supported by eighteen of the largest conflict and war themed games in the world.
It speaks for itself that games in this sale support the amazing War Child UK. If you've ever played This War of Mine, Verdun or 11-11 Memories Retold, you've probably heard about this amazing charity before. War Child helps children affected by war, by getting them to a safe place or making sure they get education and everything they need.
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That's an awesome charity. I've been giving all of my Humble extra dough to them until they weren't available anymore. I think they're back in the list of charities now though.
Good to see Steam support such a worthy cause. And the games they picked, as the occasion, fit perfectly.
I'm definitely getting the 11-11 Memories Retold War Child Charity DLC.
I was surprised not to see Memory of Us in that list of games, as it seems quite relevant, considering.
Huh, looks like a nice game. And yeah it does seem relevant.
In case you're interested, This War of Mine also has 2 special War Child-themed DLC. The "Little Ones" DLC even puts you in charge of adults who need to take care of children during times of war. Really adds some depth to this already emotional game.
I don't have the base game on my main account but my girlfriend has it so I'll buy them for her.
The game moved her already so i'm sure she'll love the DLC
Random bunch of games... nothing really stands out worth purchasing.
But what part goes to the charity if you buy a game?
The War Child Gaming Twitter page shows some games (e.g. Feather's donating 50%, Pendula Swing 80%), but sadly not all games are listed. I've looked at their site as well as some game pages too...