Gamers for Good and the Undertale community are uniting to create a charity artbook and raise funds to support gamer related mental health programs.
You can expect to see a selection of illustrations, paintings, 3D renders, cosplays, crafts, and photographs presented with custom artwork and beautiful page design layouts. Gamers for Good have already received over 900 submissions form 450 artists from all over the world.
Gamers for Good want this to be an opportunity for the game Industry and gamers to be an overwhelmingly positive and selfless force in service of others. They hope this project creates an easy opportunity to talk about mental health, removing the stigma and allowing those in need to get the care they deserve. Gamers for Good also want as many gamers as possible to join them on this mission.
You can do this by donating via their Kickstarter campaign and in return, you score the artbook plus a whole range of goodies including soundtrack, stickers, t-shirt, paintings and more.
Money raised will support Anxiety Gaming, Child’s Play and Take This. Gamers for Good want you to know that whether you can donate $1 or $10,000, all are wanted and welcome. This project is for all of us. You can find the campaign here.
Michael Vane is a freelance journalist and co-editor of PN2. He’s on Twitter @DrVane