Table Manners and NHS Partner To Ask You To Save Lives By Donating Blood This Valentines

Published: Wednesday, February 5, 2020 - 12:15 | By: Mostafa Hossam
Publisher
Curve Digital
Release Date
February 14, 2020
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PC
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There are people who need it.

Indie publisher Curve Digital and developer Echo Chamber Games managed to strike a partnership with the NHS Blood and Transplant foundation for a good cause. The studio revealed the foundation's ‘What’s Your Type?’ Valentine’s Campaign will feature in their upcoming physic-based dating simulator, Table Manners. This is the first time the NHS ventures into the gaming world, but they are in need for your help. The organization is trying to reach a wider audience, and the need for blood is always present. Packs of blood are used to save patients, save victims of burns, car crashes and even to treat patients with cancer.

Simon Byron, Publishing Director at Curve Digital, expressed his pride in the partnership. He continued to talk more about the reason behind it was to give the NHS Blood and Transplant foundation a new platform to send their message on. Table Manners will feature an in-game Give Blood message, as well as pushing the campaign throughout the remaining days before the title's official release. Not only that, whoever hops on Facebook and Twitter to give the Give Blood NHS foundation a follow gets a chance to win one of 100 digital copies of the game.

“When we learned that NHS Blood and Transplant were looking to inform new audiences about the need for more blood donors, we jumped at the chance to help them. Table Manners like every other game out there has the power to reach and engage in a way other mediums cannot. We're proud to have a wide and diverse audience of gamers playing Curve's games and welcome them all. If our partnership with NHS Blood and Transplant inspires a few people to register, then we'd be very, very happy indeed..”

Table Manners launches on February 14th, on Valentine's Day, exclusively on Steam. Let us know if you will get the chance to visit the NHS Blood and Transplant foundation to take part in the campaign.


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