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Bizarre Creations raise money for charity

Bizarre Creations raise money for charity

The Geometry Wars developer will be trying to raise money for Marie Curie Cancer Care throughout the year.

Bizarre Creations, the developer behind the hit racing game series Project Gotham Racing, as well as the arcade shooter Geometry Wars and third-person fragfest The Club is trying to raise money for charity.

The developers of The Club are pledging themselves to a number of different charities and events - all they ask is that you sponsor them a little.

Last year the team raised £6000 for Marie Curie Cancer Care and this year they'll be trying to top that, with your help of course!

If you’re a supporter of Bizarre Creations we’d love for you to help in these endeavours by sponsoring us. Any money you decide to donate goes to help the lives of those affected by cancer and their families in any way possible, so a big thank you to anyone who decides to support us and Marie Curie Cancer Care,” reads a public statement on the company's site.

The development team at Bizarre obviously has a need for speed - even when they make a third-person shooter like the The Club then they hammer a speed-based combo system in there - so it's fitting that the team will raise money through various speedy activities. This year members of the team will be running the Liverpool Half Marathon, abseiling down Leasowe Lighthouse and jumping out of aeroplanes.

They'll also be doing the Liverpool Field of Hope charity walk, but it's just not as impressive-sounding as the others, is it?

Either way, it's easy and secure to donate through the Just Giving page.

Going to make a pledge? Have you ever raised money for charity? Let us know in the forums.

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Tim S 26th February 2008, 17:30 Quote
Having witnessed the effects of the ******* that is cancer first hand, I've dropped some money their way!
DXR_13KE 26th February 2008, 20:46 Quote
its amazing how few people posted here.... i will donate as soon as my bank account is activated....
DougEdey 26th February 2008, 20:56 Quote
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Originally Posted by Tim S
Having witnessed the effects of the ******* that is cancer first hand, I've dropped some money their way!

QFT, but I drop £10 each month in a different charity anyway.
Spaceraver 27th February 2008, 02:39 Quote
Hm, I support a child in africa.. Sort of a sponsorkid..
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