In time with the holiday spirit, Simon David announced that the NotAGame Collection would become a fully-for-charity effort, in which all of the album’s profits would be donated to the Child’s Play Charity. Up until now, 50% of the album’s profits have gone to Child’s Play since its release back in April.
Child’s Play strives to “improve the lives of children in hospitals and domestic violence shelters” through support from the video game industry. In relation, the album is made up of 17 tracks of music inspired by several unique titles like FTL: Faster Than Light, Fez, and Bastion.
The album is currently available on Amazon, iTunes, and Google Play for £7.99, $9.99, and $9.49 respectively. It is also available on Bandcamp for a minimum of £1, allowing buyers to increase their contribution to the Child’s Play Charity. Gamers can learn more about the NotAGame Collection and the Child’s Play Charity by visiting their websites. Also, check out a review of the album from one of our writers.