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Mega Man marathon for charity is happening now

Nov 19 // Victoria Medina

Child's Play kicked off at the start of this month and there are quite a few options open to anyone who wants to donate, such as the Mega Marathon, a 48 hour Mega Man marathon. There is a slight twist though, as there will be three men playing, each with a different level of skill and anyone who wants to donate can do so in the form of bribes. By donating, you have the option to bribe one of the three men to take over the controller, which opens up some amusing possibilities. There are also some pretty nice prizes, courtesy of Capcom.

More information can be found on the charity site, along with a short bio on each of the three participants. The event started November 18th and will run until the 20th , so there is still time to watch and donate. As far as their goal, they're trying to reach 10k, all of which will go to Child's Play. As of my writing this they're at 4% of that. Child's Play is a great charity and anyone who wants to help out gets a thumbs up from me. I wish the guys at Mega Marathon, and any other charity event, good luck.


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