- U.K. charity War Child launched Help: The Game on the Play Store and Amazon Appstore.
- Help: The Game includes five games and funds War Child’s ongoing efforts with child victims of war.
- Help: The Game is available for $2.99.
Hoping to further its efforts to provide assistance to children in conflict areas, U.K.-based charity War Child recently launched Help: The Game.
Help: The Game is a collection of five games: Rupert, Sell ’em, Don’t Break ’em from Wooga, Fifty Buddies from Gameloft, Mediocre Housekeeping from Featherweight Games, Tickets Please from Sports Interactive, and Inish Ciúb from Rovio. According to the official website, there might even be a sixth game in the works called BlockAid.
Rupert, Sell ’em, Don’ Break ’em lets you play as an elephant in a china shop, while Fifty Buddies is a casual racing game. Mediocre Housekeeping is a physics-based game, while Tickets Please lets you swipe through passengers’ train tickets. Finally, Inish Ciúb looks to be a simple tile-matching game.
Even though the games look to be easygoing and simple, the intent behind the games is much more important. All of Help: The Game’s sales will fund War Child’s efforts to support and rehabilitate child victims of war. Sales will also help War Child’s efforts to work through the lasting effects of conflict on children.
Help: The Game costs $2.99 and does not include in-app purchases for any of the five features games. You can download Help: The Game from the Play Store and Amazon Appstore at the links below.
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