The Playstation 4 is due this year – it could even coincide with SKSP4, but we doubt it. Why wait for a delaystation when you can get excited about the biggest charity gaming marathon in the country? With this in mind we thought we’d cheekily capsize Sony’s launch with this:
Sick Kids Save Point 4. We guarantee launch in 2013..
We’ve had a rush of new signups for this year, and we only need TWO more before we send out free codes for the cute iphone game Tilt and Sprout, which was developed here in Edinburgh. After we announced this on twitter quite a few signed up sharpish. Yes, that means YOU could get your hands on the game just by signing up for a 24 hour charity gaming marathon. Simples. But you’ll need to be quick.
We’re super grateful to local devs Twiddly
for germinating our early adopters!
Sick Kids Save Point week is here! First up Alex Sievwright who because of work commitments will be starting his 24 hour gaming marathon on Wednesday. Alex has challenged himself to only play games based on movies, which will be a tough one. From Alex’s marathon to Joseph Blythe, who will be kicking off on Friday morning, you can follow events unfold via the #sksp hashtag on twitter.
|Tilt & Sprout: go check out their webcomic & vid
Talking of twitter, to celebrate the hour we have 30 copies of the ace tilting iphone game Tilt & Sprout to give away, thanks to local developers Twiddly. Just head on to twitter, follow @TiltAndSprout and retweet the relevant tweet to enter. It’ll be a @SKsavepoint tweet, so make sure to be following us too! Competition closes when Alex kicks off his marathon on wednesday!