Posted Mon Jan 11, 2016 at 11:12 AM PST by Sophia Edwards
All proceeds to go to two charities.
Razer has announced today that all proceeds from sales of 'That Dragon, Cancer' via Razer Cortex for Android TV will go directly to two cancer charities, Morgan Adams Foundation, which funds cancer research through working with physicians, and Family House SF, which provides free housing to families visiting hospitals in San Francisco to undergo prologned clinical trials and treatment. You can catch a trailer for the game below:
'That Dragon, Cancer' is an autobiographical retelling of the life of Joel Green, who was diagnosed with brain cancer at 12 months and given a terminal diagnosis before age two. The game was developed by Joel's parents Ryan and Amy, along with the rest of the team at Numinous Games. It was largely funded by Ouya, who was later acquired by Razer. The game will be officially released tomorrow.
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