For every $5 that you donate, you get one entry into the raffle! We'll be raffling off 3 GameToAid T-shirts (shown above), and copies of:
We'll be raffling something off every few hours, and each entry will enter you into every subsequent raffle draw in the duration of the marathon - donate early to have a better chance of winning something!
This is a 60-hour gaming marathon that we're doing to raise money for charity: water, a non-profit organization bringing clean and safe drinking water to people in developing nations. 100% of public donations directly fund water projects. A group of four Australian teenagers will play through a collection of some of the worst games released in history. It won't be fun to play – but it'll certainly be fun to watch.
It's easy! Just scroll up and click the red "Donate Now" button. For the lazy, click here. Thanks to the wonderful mycharity: water service, all donations go directly to water projects. (Please note that mycharity: water does not accept PayPal. If you don't have a credit card, see if you can get your parents or friends to donate!) If we reach our goal of $20,000, we'll be providing clean and sustainable drinking water to 4 communities (about 1,000 people!)
Here's the game list. We won't necessarily play them in this order, depending on what our viewers want to see and which players are around!
|Batman of the Future: Return of the Joker (N64)||Yes!|
|Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue (N64)||You bet!|
|Charlie’s Angels (PS2)||Almost!|
|Superman 64 (N64)||Ridiculously long...|
|Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing (PC)||At the speed of light|
|ET (Atari 2600)||Absolutely!|
|Back to the Future (NES)||As much as possible|
|Doctor Who: Return to Earth (Wii)||Got there in the end!|
|McFarlane’s Evil Prophecy (PS2)||Ridiculously long...|
|The Golden Compass (X360)||Two thirds|
|Shaq Fu (SNES)||On easy!|
|Gods and Generals (PC)||Got to Level 2|
|Karate Kid (NES)||Impossible|
The four players are Toby, Brodie, Tim, and Zerk. The players from our last marathon will be making guest appearances!
Yes, resting is a very pleasureable activity.