100% of all sales of [email protected] game “I, Hope” will go to GameChanger, a charity that supports children and families fighting cancer

If you didn’t get a chance to pick up Hellblade the week after its release on Xbox, you have another opportunity to support a charity through gaming. [email protected] game I, Hope launched today and announced that 100% of all of its sales go to GameChanger, a charity that supports children and their families fighting cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.

GameChanger has supported nearly 15,000 children in 40 hospitals across the country since its founding. By hosting special events and touring Children’s Hospitals, GameChanger celebrates just how much of an impact gaming can have on the lives of children with cancer. You can view GameChanger’s website here.

I, Hope is available on the Microsoft Store for $9.99. You can read its official description below.

“A young girl named Hope lives peacefully with her Grandpa upon an island floating in the clouds. That is, until one day, a dark monster called Cancer attacks and destroys her village, ensnaring the surrounding islands with its evil tentacles. Hope must travel to these islands to free their creatures and acquire the weapons she will need to defeat her ultimate enemy.

Equal parts 3D adventure, puzzle-solving, and platforming, this game challenges the mind and spirit, bringing players on an emotional journey that ultimately teaches the power that each of us has within.”

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