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Submitted by manasteel88 1480d ago | news

Firebase Studios Donating Profits to Fight Cancer

Indie developer Firebase Studios is trying to raise funds to fight cancer through the sales of their Xbox Live Indie title Orbitron: Revolution. Starting today and ending tomorrow, all the net revenue from the game will be donated to help support a team of 5 in the BC Cancer Foundation’s Ride to Conquer Cancer event. The money raised in turn will go directly to the British Columbia Cancer Agency to help fund their research. (Arcade, Charity, Orbitron: Revolution, Xbox 360)

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