How the worst-games-ever will help raise funds for Syrian refugees this weekend

An Australian band of gamers will play some of the worst games ever made for 24-hours straight – and broadcast their loss of sanity live across the internet – to help raise funds for displaced Syrian children.

More than 2 million people, half of them children, have been displaced amid the civil unrest in Syria, which UNICEF describes as the ‘worst humanitarian crisis of our time’.

Melbourne gamer Dan Camilleri and his friends will this weekend launch the third annual Lame Game Marathon to raise much-needed funds for UNICEF while treating viewers and gamers to a 24-hour marathon of fun-filled entertainment and laughter.

Among the games to be played during Lame Game Marathon will be Link: The Faces of Evil which was made for the defunct Phillips CD-i platform and is regarded as the worst Zelda title ever made.

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