Studios across the globe to take part in six-day game jam for charity

Developers team up to make games bundle for War Child

A number of big-name developers have joined forces to create a game compilation in aid of charity War Child.

Halo’s 343 Industries, Total War’s Creative Assembly and Football Manager’s Sports Interactive will be joined by Curve Digital, Bossa, Spilt Milk Studios, Team 17, Hardlight, Carbon Games, Torn Banner and Hinterland (with more to come) in a global six-day game jam to create games that will be bundled together for a release called HELP: Real War is Not a Game.

Tech firms Unity, Unreal and GameMaker are also on board to supply tools to the teams.

A War Child games committee has also been formed, comprised of Alex Chapman (Sheridans), Ciarán Brennan (Sports Interactive), Elisabeth Little (War Child), Imre Jelle (Bossa), John Clark (Sega), Miles Jacobson (Sports Interactive), Rupert Loman (Gamer Network) and Stuart Saw (Twitch).

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