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Grasshopper Donate Sales From Frog Minutes To Japan

By Richard Brown, on March 30, 2011

A couple of weeks ago, we told you about a pair of iOS sites AppsJP.com and iPhoneGamerUK who had come together for the Japanese relief effort.

In addition, local gaming giants Capcom and Sega have recently pledged revenue from their iPhone titles to organisations helping to rebuild the afflicted nation.

Japanese developer Grasshopper - best known for its GameCube hit Killer 7 and No More Heroes on Wii - have joined their compatriots today in raising funds for victims of the tragedy.

All proceeds from the sales of Frog Minutes on iPhone and iPad will be donated by Grasshopper to the Japanese Red Cross.

This amphibian collection game aims to put you at one with nature, so that you can experience its ‘healing power’.

Whether you do so or not, at least you’ll be safe in the knowledge that you’ve made some contribution, however minor, to the restoration of normality in Japan.


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