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The Jingle Jam 2022 Games Collection is live and another awesome deal

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Help spread a little cheer this holiday season, with The Jingle Jam 2022 Games Collection live now.

What is it? Jingle Jam is a yearly event that runs from December 1st to December 14th, where they run a big bundle of games you can pick up and support charity while they also livestream. You need to donate at least £35 but when you do, this year you get over 85 games. At time of writing it's already raised nearly £400,000.

There's a lot of good stuff included too here's some of them:

  • Age of Wonders Planetfall.
  • Ancient Enemy.
  • Bonfire Peaks.
  • Chronicon.
  • Crazy Machines 3.
  • Cryofall.
  • Danger Scavenger.
  • Deponia: The Complete Journey.
  • Factory Town.
  • Final Vendetta.
  • Fury Unleashed.
  • Kaiju Wars.
  • Lost Nova.
  • Maiden & Spell.
  • Men of War - Assault Squad 2.
  • Moon Hunters.
  • Niko.
  • Plate Up.
  • Rings of Saturn.
  • Space Crew Legendary Edition.
  • Tenderfoot Tactics.
  • The Hex.
  • Troy: A Total War Saga.
  • Warhammer 40K Gladius.
  • Wunderling DX.
  • You suck at parking.
  • + more.

Another fantastic deal full of loads of great games, and by doing so you give to charity too. Well worth supporting.

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6 comments

Philadelphus 1 Dec, 2022
I can absolutely recommend PlateUp! (sic). It's fantastic, especially with friends – a little roguelike restaurant management game where you have to serve customers and customize your restaurant as the difficulty ramps up over time. It's got very simple mechanics – just a few buttons – but combines them in all sorts of novel and interesting ways to represent making a huge variety of foods and performing various duties around the restaurant. It's also got some really fun automation aspects; as time goes on, the only way you'll be able to keep up with the increasing numbers of customers is by starting to automate your food-production workflow, and in extreme cases people have built restaurants that are entirely automatic, creating food and sending it around on conveyor belts to customers' tables and clearing and washing the dirty plates without having to lift a finger. (That remains my dream.) Plus, the lone developer is pretty active; the game released on August 4, and it's already had multiple content updates adding new foods, cosmetics, balancing passes, and themed updates for Halloween (where you could get guests who'd randomly set the table on fire after eating 😂) and Thanksgiving. Oh, and the music is absolutely top-notch too. I really can't praise this game enough.
ronnoc 1 Dec, 2022
Cool! A few of those games I've already had whitelisted. Easy purchase.
muzzol 1 Dec, 2022
are they redeemable with steam?
lukas333 2 Dec, 2022
Quoting: muzzolare they redeemable with steam?

Yes, I think all of them.
Anza 2 Dec, 2022
Just in case somebody wondered what kind of charities money goes to (like I did), the list can be found from the Jingle Jam site

As far as the games go, my special mention is Rings of Saturn. Mining asteroids is just so fun and it doesn't hurt that there's little bit of world building on top of that.
furaxhornyx 2 Dec, 2022
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Quoting: PhiladelphusI can absolutely recommend PlateUp! (sic). It's fantastic, especially with friends – a little roguelike restaurant management game where you have to serve customers and customize your restaurant as the difficulty ramps up over time. It's got very simple mechanics – just a few buttons – but combines them in all sorts of novel and interesting ways to represent making a huge variety of foods and performing various duties around the restaurant. It's also got some really fun automation aspects; as time goes on, the only way you'll be able to keep up with the increasing numbers of customers is by starting to automate your food-production workflow, and in extreme cases people have built restaurants that are entirely automatic, creating food and sending it around on conveyor belts to customers' tables and clearing and washing the dirty plates without having to lift a finger. (That remains my dream.) Plus, the lone developer is pretty active; the game released on August 4, and it's already had multiple content updates adding new foods, cosmetics, balancing passes, and themed updates for Halloween (where you could get guests who'd randomly set the table on fire after eating 😂) and Thanksgiving. Oh, and the music is absolutely top-notch too. I really can't praise this game enough.

I'll second that, PlateUp! is incredibly addictive
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