GAME DEVS FIGHT TRUMP IMMIGRATION BAN BY
DONATING SALES TO ACLU
Some video games companies plus organizations are speaking against recent immigration ban that is obligatory in the United States. Whereas some handful developers are now answering in a diverse way. For a limited time, several games like Fez are being bestowed to the American Civil Liberties Union, American Civil Liberties Union is among the group of querying the contentious executive order employed last week.
Polytron, the Fez Maker Announced on Twitter that Fez can be Purchased at any price on Itch.io from now onward till 6th February. Until 6th February it would proceed towards ACLU. Similarly, Kitty Horrorshow, an Indie Developer is doing this thing on Itch.io for the very next week, where he is selling a bundle of seven horror games in just 1$ or more .1979 Revolution: Black Friday game gates in a sense of donating all proceeds between 1st February and 10th February to ACLU.
This all set-up endorses support system of immigrants and refugees refuting over the momentous and damaging rules. Navid Khonsari created a history of his life story is not just silence but made an effort to bring up a community who are taking action and hope that other game developer and publishers will link indecisive moment coming although from religious, national, ethnic with generational backgrounds to condemn such ban. Standing with humanity against bias. Game Developers Conference and International Game Developers Association have decried ban and EA’S Chie Executive Officer wrote a Letter to the Company’s Employees in moderate of any of the fears over the news.