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GAME REVIEW – Chime (PC)

By Marty Mulrooney

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Chime is a puzzle game reminiscent of Tetris, Lumines and Rez, created by the Zoë Mode studio. It also happens to be published by a none-profit publisher called OneBigGame, with a slice of the game’s proceeds going to charity. The Xbox Live Arcade version hit consoles earlier this year (reviewed here) and now Steam users on PC can get in on the action too!

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GAME REVIEW – Chime (Xbox Live Arcade)

By Duncan Voice

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I did a nice thing today. I purchased a great little game and donated to charity by doing so.  Chime by Zoë Mode is a production for OneBigGame, an industry wide charity initiative, and over 60% of the purchase price (a meagre 400 MS points which equates to less than a fiver) is donated to OneBigGame’s charity partners Save the Children and Starlight Children’s foundation. And it’s bloomin’ lovely too.

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