Spicy Horse Games, the creative force behind Akaneiro: Demon Hunters as well as the recently-funded Alice: Otherlands announced today a donation of $40,000 in Karma for Akaneiro: Demon Hunters to Operation Supply Drop.
Operation Supply Drop is a charity designed around sending care packages of video games to soldiers deployed in combat zones as well as military hospitals. Spicy Horse's donation of 400 keys for $100 worth of Karma, Akaneiro's in game currency, will go out to 400 soldiers that Operation Supply Drop selects.
"For those brave men and women who engage in conflict on behalf of others, without choice or expectation of great reward, I'm happy to provide an opportunity to fight battles of their own choosing while collecting cart-loads of magical loot," said American McGee, CEO of Spicy Horse.
For more information on Akaneiro: Demon Hunters, visit http://www.angry-red.com
For more information on Operation Supply Drop, visit http://www.operationsupplydrop.org
About Spicy Horse
Spicy Horse Games develops and publishes singular titles like Akaneiro: Demon Hunters, Crazy Fairies, BigHead Bash, and American McGee's Grimm. Spicy Horse also operates SpicyWorld, a gaming portal featuring their own titles as well as thirdparty titles from a variety of independent developers. For more information on Spicy Horse and SpicyWorld, visit spicyhorse.com.
About Operation Supply Drop
Founded in 2010 by Army Airborne Ranger Captain Stephen "Shanghai Six" Machuga, Operation Supply Drop is a 501©(3) public charity designed around sending video game filled care packages to soldiers both deployed to combat zones and recovering in military hospitals. OSD has already raised $300,000 in donations from across the gaming community and has provided support to approximately 1500 soldiers worldwide. For more information about Operation Supply Drop or to set up an interview with Stephen Machuga, Founder of OSD, please email email@example.com.