02 June 2020
Gaming for good cause
We’ve seen huge successes previously when gamers come together for a charity purpose, whether that’s events, live streams, reduced content and the like. With Tabletop Treehouse BLM Bundles, they’re offering the opportunity to purchase collections of games at a heavily reduced cost, with proceeds going to Black Visions Collective.
There’s a choice of two bundles, both reduced by 50%. The first, is the Tabletop Treehouse BLM Bundle, which includes 20 RPG’s across 15 different designers. The full cost of the games is $284.99, but this can be purchased for a limited time for $125 instead.
This includes games such as This is a Game About Fishing, and The Treasure At The End Of This Dungeon Is An Escape From This Dungeon And We Will Never Escape From This Dungeon by Riverhouse Games, as well as Weave, and Free From The Yoke by Mina @ UFO Press.
The second, is the Tabletop Treehouse BLM Microgames Bundle, which is $50, featuring 30 games from 20 different designers. At full cost, the value is $106.50, representing a saving of 53%.
Within this, you’ll find games such as Etude of the Evening, or Arson, Murder, and (Blue)jaywalking, or even You Can Check Out Any Time You Like, But You Can Never Leave. The full collection covers a wide range of genres and represents a real bargain.
Black Visions Collective are a charity based in Minnesota, which “envisions a world in which ALL Black Lives Matter. We use the guidance and brilliance of our ancestors as well as the teachings of our own experiences to pursue our commitment to dismantling systems of oppression and violence. We are determined in our pursuit of dignity and equity for all”. You can donate directly to them if you prefer by clicking here.
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