Minit Fun Racer Now Available, 100% of Proceeds Going to Charity

02/18/2021 - 12:03 | By: Patrick Perrault
Minit Charity Racer

Minit Fun Racer is a racing game where 100% of its proceeds of both the developers and publisher are going to charity. There's also multiple tiers to choose from, including the $2.99 tier, $9.99 tier, and $19.99 tier. All of the content in the three purchase options will include the same content, with the higher options available if players would like to donate more to charity. The game is a collaboration between developers Kitty Calis, Jan Willem Nijman, Jukio Kallio & Dominik Johann who previously made Minit together. Check out the blurb below:

Hop on your scooter into the twisting traffic of the bustling city and the debris covered sands of the barren desert just in time to watch the sunset. Befriend your local shopkeeper, chase coins, hit big jumps, and accomplish fun goals along each lap until you’ve seen it all!

If you would like to purchase the game you have two options: you can either buy it from Steam or from Itch, which is presumably available as a non-DRM version of the Minit Fun Racer. If you would like to donate more than the $19.99 that's available on Steam, you can donate as much as you would like on Itch, as while the default price is $2.99, there's an option to type in as high of a donation as you would like. 

Which Charities Will Minit Fun Racer Support?

As seen in this Twitter post by one of the developers of the title, Jan Willem Jijman, "various charities" will be supported, with early ones including Doctors Without Borders and Special Effect

For more information on Minit Fun Racer, there's a website that also comes with links to all of the developer's Twitter pages. For more information on Minit Fun Racer, Devolver Digital, and everything else gaming, stay tuned to TechRaptor.

 
 

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