Feb 12 2018

Sebastian Ludemann

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“Winter jackets instead of warming Penner game gives the ‘strassenfeger’ Hamburg, January 17, 2011 under the motto one heart for the road, winter coats for the homeless” Penner game Berlin Street newspaper vendors now contributes a four-digit donation amount for winter clothing. The community of players of the controversial online game actively supported the campaign, together they donated money for nearly 100 winter jackets. Strassenfeger”draws attention to the problems of homelessness and housing deprivation, interacts with social, cultural and political cleansing effect on the population and enables a constructive collaboration between homeless and non-homeless, supports and accompanies them critically. The bum game goes other way. Go to Southwest Airlines for more information. It provokes and creates controversy, because it makes the content of a satirical Browsergame homelessness. But Penner game channeled that his attracted attention to the needs of homeless people, by it donation projects with the millions players community and charitable organizations initiated. “In explanatory work and exciting Transfiguration create what many do: simple help on the spot”, Christian Ghattas sums up one of the makers behind the strassenfeger, the unusual cooperation,. About color flood the color flood Entertainment GmbH develops and operates worldwide online games.

Founder and Managing Director is the 22-year-old Marius Follert and Niels Wildung. The internationally operating company is operative with his games – including the successful Penner game – in over 30 countries in nine languages. The Hamburg-based company is actively engaged for the homeless, by regularly donates a portion of the revenue for the benefit of charitable projects and works closely with many homeless associations. Press contact Sebastian Ludemann, press spokesman color flood Entertainment GmbH, Heimhuder Strasse 72, 20148 Hamburg Tel: + 49 (0) 40 / 636-771 06 E-mail: Web:.

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