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Criterion releases six gamejam games to raise money for charity

Burnout and Need for Speed developer Criterion has released six gamejam titles for free to raise money for charity.

The games are available to download on Criterion’s website alongside a message of encouragement to donate to the British Red Cross, Doctors Without Borders, and The Red Card.

The games are Rock Hardcore, which is described as “a roguelike Rick Dangerous”; Steak 4, a voxel-based endless runner; QuaranTea (“make bubble tea and throw it to your customers”); Purrfect Cleaning Company (“program robot vacuum cleaners to clean a house without crashing into each other.”); Daydream (“Mr Zuzu makes a run for it during nap time, but what’s waiting for him in the garden?”); and Arcadron Arena, a drone flying simulator.

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