Sandbox Gaming, a local non-profit organization in the province of Newfoundland, is hosting their 9th annual 80 hour charity stream starting on December 5th at 12PM (Newfoundland Time, yes, we have our own timezone) and ending December 8th at 8PM NL time. The mantra of the Sandbox Gaming group is to raise money for charities that support play, build a gaming community in the province of Newfoundland and dispel negative stereotypes against the gaming community, something that in light of this year’s recent events is sorely needed.

The purpose of these marathons are to raise money for local charities and this year the selected organization is the Boys and Girls Club of St. John’s, NL. The goal is raise a total of at least $7,500 and bring in at minimum 500 supporters, an area in which we can all help and I’ll provide several ways in which to do so later in the article. This year’s stream will consist of 30 games playing in the following order:

1) Super Mario Galaxy
2) Phoenix Wright: Justice for All (Case 2)
3) Shrek 2
4) The Wolf Among Us Episode 2
5) Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons
6) Binding of Isaac
7) Dark Souls II
8) Maximum Carnage
9) Kirby: Return to Dreamland
10) Sonic The Hedgehog (Master System)
11) Shovel Knight – Matt
12) Mega Man 3
13) Pokemon Snap
14) The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons
15) Hotline Miami
16) Limbo
17) Five Nights of Freddy’s
18) Rayman Legends
19) Game and Wario
20) SSX Tricky
21) Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fall of the Foot Clan
22) Mario Party 8
23) Bioshock
24) Hyrule Warriors
25) Monkey Island 2
26) Braid
27) Castlevania III
28) Bastion
29) We Heart Katamari
30) The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

To find out more about the stream, view it, and find out more information about the Sandbox Gaming group, visit their website HERE. You can also get more information on the stream event on Facebook, by liking the group on Facebook, as well as following them on Twitter. Through one of these means you can get involved with the organization, even if you don’t reside in this province of Newfoundland, and find out how to donate as well. Should you also reside right here in Newfoundland, the Facebook page for the event also provides several times in which you can drop in on the event in person.

To be more informed about the group that Sandbox is raising money for, the Boys and Girls Club of St. John’s, NL, visit their website HERE.


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