NAIRI: Tower of Shirin supports War Child UK #DayoftheGirl Campaign

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NAIRI: Tower of Shirin supports War Child UK #DayoftheGirl Campaign

Postby ccgr » Wed Oct 09, 2019 10:43 am

NAIRI: Tower of Shirin, developed by HomeBearStudio and co-published by Hound Picked Games & Another Indie, is part of the War Child UK 'Day of the Girl' sale on Steam.



War Child UK, an international NGO, supports children's lives that are torn apart and devastated by conflict with work including supporting Syrian girls access education via e-learning and gaming in Jordan, rehabilitating ex-child soldiers in the Central African Republic or seeking justice for young people detained in Afghanistan. The War Child Day of the Girl campaign coincides with International Day of the Girl Child, and is focused on celebrating video games with female protagonists whilst raising awareness for girls and young women affected by war.

"With NAIRI: Tower of Shirin, we've worked hard on a well-developed female protagonist; sadly underrepresented in the games industry. We are very proud to support War Child's Day of the Girl, a great charity event, with Nairi and her adventures." - Joshua van Kuilenburg, Lead Developer at HomeBearStudio.

NAIRI: Tower of Shirin will be 30% off from Wednesday 9th October 7am GMT to Wednesday 16th October 7am GMT with 50% of all sales during this donated to War Child UK to support their incredible cause.

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