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​Swedish airports install gaming consoles for Red Cross charity donations

2015-03-13, kl. 13:09

Ms. Pac-Man, Space Invaders and Galaga – people visiting Sweden can now play some of the most celebrated and cult-declared arcade games while at the same time make use of their left-over travel coins, as they get donated to the Swedish Red Cross.

Ms. Pac-Man, Space Invaders and Galaga people visiting Sweden can now play some of the most celebrated and cult-declared arcade games while at the same time make use of their left-over travel coins, as they get donated to the Swedish Red Cross.

The three arcade games has been custom-made in order to work with all types of currencies that travelers may bring to the table, and the gaming consoles are placed at Stockholm Arlanda Airport and Göteborg Landvetter Airport. The visitors can take a trip down memory lane while at the same time tribute to the greater cause. All money received from Charity Arcade will, without exceptions, be donated to the Swedish Red Cross and it’s operation.

Behind the project is Swedavia and the Swedish Red Cross. Together they have developed the more refined version of the old donation can that will make every nostalgic gamer satisfied.

A film that explains how Charity Arcade works: https://youtu.be/9eIRP68PQvo

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