Mendel Lee

Extra Life 2017

Apóyame!

I'll be playing 24 hours of video games on the weekend of November 4th/5th to raise funds for the Louisiana Children's Hospital.
 

Extra-Life.org is hosting their national 24-hour charity game day on November 4th. I'm not available for most of that day since I have to run a marching band program, so I'm starting on Saturday evening around 8:30pm until Sunday evening around 9:00pm (with a couple of 15-minute breaks).

I'm pretty much a nobody so I don't expect that I'll raise a ton of money, but I wanted to do my own small part to contribute to my local children's hospital. My goal is to reach $504 in honor of the area code of New Orleans, the city I am proud to call home.


Please consider donating to my cause by clicking on the 'Donate' button on the top of this page. Your donation is tax-deductible.

My video gaming will be in several loose phases:

  • Saturday 20:30-22:30 - Thumper.
  • Saturday 22:30 - Sunday 00:30 - Injustice 2 if i can get audio and video streaming to work the right way. Otherwise I may just play more Thumper.
  • 00:30-00:45 - break
  • 00:45-06:45 - Invisible Inc.
  • 06:45-14:45 - Universal Paper Clips (exact time TBD, it depends on when i finish the game). I may stream some Max programming for an interactive music project I'm putting together this spring once the Paper Clips engine is running. I may also take some of the engine time to break for food.
  • 14:45-15:00 - break
  • 15:00-17:00 - grab bag. 140 and polyomi will be in there, maybe Crypt of the Necrodancer. Aside from that, i'm going to make it up as I go.
  • 17:00-21:00 - Stephen's Sausage Roll, because why not end with one of the most difficult but awesome puzzle games on the planet.

This is subject to some change on the fly if my mood changes, but i'm going to try to stick to the above as much as possible.

Please consider following my twitch stream and feel free to comment and interact with me as I embark on my debut journey of this cause.


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