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News - October 25, 2013

Gamers play around the clock for a good cause

Hacker Dojo hosts marathon games to raise funds for kids in hospitals

by Daniel DeBolt

Last week a room inside Mountain View's Hacker Dojo was turned into the site of the third annual "Indie Games For Good," a marathon of independent video game playing that raises money for games and toys for kids in hospitals.

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