OneBigGame Releases Xbox Live Arcade Title for Charity

Wed, Feb 10, 2010

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OneBigGame’s motto is “Play, so others can,” and the publisher, which is organized by volunteers, lives by that slogan by donating a large chunk of their profits from game sales to various charities including Starlight Children’s Foundation and Save the Children.

The company hopes that its first Xbox Live Arcade title, Chime, will strike a chord with fans, enticing them to spend the 400 Microsoft Points ($5) to add the game to their collections.

Chime looks to be quite similar to Lumines, and is, according to What They Play, a block puzzler that asks you to “place blocks against the clock and remix famous artists’ music tracks,” by artists like Moby, Phillip Glass, and more.

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