Chip Cheezum, General Ironicus, Void Burger, and Snugglebeast are back, and will be streaming Gextra Life 2 this year, starting on September 2nd at 11am Eastern, 10am Central, 8am Pacific over at twitch.tv/chipcheezum! This year we'll be going from streaming one series of horrible animal platformers to a cornucopia of (mostly) awful animal games! Please donate during our troubling animal times and help out some kids! Donations will go towards Hurley Children's Hospital in Flint, Michigan. Remember Flint? It's that place with the real messed up drinking water, so this place in particular could definitely use some help!
Here's the schedule for what games we'll be streaming this year. Scroll down past the schedule to see what types of raffle prizes we have this year!
Game keys! The lovely people over at No Goblin have provided us keys for Roundabout and 100 Ft Robot Golf! We'll also have a few other random keys to give away, as well as a copy of A Dog's Life for the PS2.
Art boards! This is like the shirts we had last year. We have four art boards that we'll all be drawing on based on games we play during the stream, one for each 6 hours of stream!
Posters! These posters will be a giant collage of all the fan art we get (with artist's permission) during the stream!
Super cute tiny pillows for your, uh, gecko??? We've got three: a Gex, a Sonic, and a Bubsy. We've also got a crocheted Gex and Chao to give away!
The Chip and Ironicus LP collection! We've got two usb hard drives we'll be giving away that have the entire collection of C&I LPs on it, including stuff like Anime Theater!
We've also got some weird pixely Geico shirts with is practically just Gex already. We have four of these that will be randomly given out!
More prizes coming soon!
There are some more prizes that will be added to this page in the following week! These will be announced via Chip's Twitter! Other prizes potentially include game keys, and the entire collection of Chip and Ironicus let's plays, including all of Anime Theater!
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