On the Weekend Of 20th February Until 22nd February The GameBlast15 Weekend Gaming Marathon Will Take Place.
The Aim Is To Raise Money For The Video Gamers Charity,Special Effect Who Help To Make Disabled Video Gamers Life That Much More Inclusive And Fun!
Games Freezer Will Be Taking Part In This Awesome Event By Undertaking A Sonic The Hedgehog Session On Sunday 22nd February.
The Aim Of The Sonic Session Will Be To Play Through At Least Sonic 1 & 2 Over The Course Of Sunday 22nd February.
HOW CAN YOU DONATE?
YOU Can Donate Directly To This Awesome Event and Amazing Charity By Visiting The Games Freezer Just Giving Page
At The Time I Write This Article On Saturday Night Games Freezer Has Exceeded It's Initial Target Of £100!
So Far £167 Has Been Raised For The Special Effect Charity By Games Freezer's Fund Raising Efforts!
WE NEED YOUR HELP TO ACHIEVE SOMETHING GREAT!
This Is A Good Start, BUT We Need The Good Folk Of The Retrogaming Community To Assist Us In SMASHING Our Target And Helping Special Effect Do Some Amazing Things For All Those Marvellous Disabled Gamers That They Work With Day In, Day Out.
So Please Visit The Games Freezer Just Giving Page Today And Donate As Much Or As Little As You Can Afford And We Can Truly Show The World How Us Gamers Can Really Unite.
WHAT DO SPECIAL EFFECT DO WITH THE MONEY RAISED?
Special Effect Aim To Help Disabled Gamers In Many Ways And Here's Some Examples Of What Your Money Can Buy:
- £4 Can Help Pay For A Life Changing Modification To A Video Games Controller
- £10 Can Help Fund A Child's Visit To The Special Effect Disabled Gamers Centre
- £20 Can Help Pay For A Home Visit To Enable A Disabled Gamer To Enjoy Playing Video Games
- £100 Can Help Special Effect Buy And Loan A Modified One Handed Controller
- £250 Can Help Special Effect Run A Games Roadshow In A Hospital Or Special School
HOW DOES SPECIAL EFFECT CHANGE PEOPLES LIVES?
Just Take A Look At This Video To See How Much Of A Difference Special Effect Can Make To Peoples Lives.........
"Thousands of people want to share your passion for video games, but their disabilities stop them playing any of the titles you're fanatical about.
People like Tom, who lost a major part of his life when he lost the ability to play video games because of spinal muscular atrophy.
BUT with our help, he's back in the game.
HELP US ACHIEVE SOMETHING AMAZING IN 2015 BY CONTRIBUTING TO THIS BRILLIANT CAUSE.
THE MARVELLOUS THING ABOUT VIDEO GAMES IS THAT THEY ARE ABLE TO BE SHARED AND PLAYED BY EVERYBODY WHETHER YOU ARE ABLE BODIED OR NOT,
LET'S ASSIST SPECIAL EFFECT IN SPREADING THE JOY OF VIDEO GAMES.