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Submitted by Deanways 500d ago | opinion piece

Fun-Raising – Feature – 360 Gamer

The games industry is quietly philanthropic. This feature for 360 Gamer (issue 126) highlights the great things game charities do to give children with physical and mental disabilities the opportunity to play the videogames they love. This is a sample of the portfolio of work by Dean Samways. (Culture, GamesAid, SpecialEffect, Xbox 360)

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