By Marisa Alexander / January 7th, 2020
Onion Soup Interactive, the devs behind Nippon Marathon, is to donate all profits made by Nippon Marathon for January 7th to January 14ths. Nippon Marathon is a party runner game, meant to be a lighthearted surreal experience. Specifically, the profits will be donated to the NSW WILDLIFE INFORMATION RESUE AND EDUCATION SERVICE or WIRES. With the Irwin family doing their own efforts, it is nice to see other efforts to help lighten the consequences of the bushfires.
Indie Developers to donate profits of Nippon Marathon towards the Australian Bushfires.
LONDON, January, Monday 6th, 2019 – Onion Soup Interactive will donate all profits to help the wildlife impacted by the Australian Bushfires.
Onion Soup Interactive today announced it will donate all profits for one week from sales of Nippon Marathon on Steam to charity. Profit from the sales between January 7th – 14th will be donated. Onion Soup Interactive hopes this will provide vital support for the wildlife charities and responders bravely risking their lives to keep Australia’s wildlife safe from the bushfires.
Onion Soup Interactive are conscious of the damage that climate change is having on the planet and realise how precious the world truly is.
“It’s sad to see what’s happening in Australia. It’s sad to see homes destroyed, livelihoods ruined and animals dying from the fires.” says Amy Madin. “We must protect the wildlife, with fires destroying lands the size of Scotland, they cannot survive without our help.”
The profits raised will be donated to the NSW WILDLIFE INFORMATION RESCUE AND EDUCATION SERVICE (WIRES), who “actively rehabilitate and preserve Australian wildlife and inspire others to do the same.“ https://www.wires.org.au/
Please visit the Nippon Marathon Steam Page to purchase the game and support a great cause.
Alternatively, donate directly to WIRES’ via their webpage, https://www.wires.org.au/donate/ways-to-help.
About Onion Soup Interactive
Onion Soup Interactive are the nomad developers with no fixed abode! Their love of adventure and pushing boundaries is what makes them tick and it’s why they want to create unique experiences, everyone is welcome to join them for the ride. Andy Madin is the sole developer, Amy Madin is the community manager. They draw from gaming’s rich history to create truly original experiences, how else could the existence of Nippon Marathon really be explained? Learn more at http://www.onionsoupinteractive.com
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