Red Crest Studios will donate 100% of the profits from copies of Hyper Button sold on Friday, 21 January to the Queensland Gover

Even the capital city, Brisbane, was inundated. Since Red Crest Studios is based in Brisbane, they've seen first hand some of the damage left behind by the worst flood in decades. News about the flood, and recovery efforts, are available from local news websites like http://www.news.com.au and http://www.couriermail.com.au

An appeal was set up by the Queensland Government to collect money for those who need it most. If you wish to donate to the Appeal directly, you may do so at this website:

http://www.qld.gov.au/floods/donate.html

Hyper Button is Red Crest Studios' first title, and is available on Xbox LIVE Indie Games for 80 Microsoft Points.

It can be queued for download onto your Xbox 360 at this link:

http://marketplace.xbox.com/games/media/66acd000-77fe-1000-9115-d80258550767

You may download the trial at any time, however you must wait until Friday to purchase the full game if you want the proceeds to be donated.

Red Crest Studios is an indie Australian games developer. Their website is http://www.redcreststudios.com 


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