The Great Adventure 2010 Bundle Charity Drive

September 6, 2010 -

Telltale Games, Daedalic Entertainment, Deck13 Interactive, and Hothead Games have teamed up to offer a special bundle for charity called The Great Adventure 2010 Bundle. For every bundle sold, 25 percent of the proceeds will go to five different charities such as Child's Play, EFF, The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Nyota e.V., and the World Wildlife Fund.

So what is in this bundle and what does it cost? According to Game, Set, Watch, the bundle is comprised of six PC adventure games in one package priced at $19.95 USD. Those games include Deck13 Interactive's Jack Keane, Daedalic Entertainment's The Whispered World, the King's Quest Collection (featuring a whopping seven games from the series), Hothead Games' Penny Arcade Adventures: On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness, and Telltale's Puzzle Agent and Sam & Max Season 2.

The last two games are unlocked after this bundle gets a certain level of sales. You can read about all that at the link above. This sale ends on Sept. 9, so go buy them and help out all of these great charities.


 
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