Once again it should come as little surprise what our pick of Kickstarter Game of the Week is. Undertale Charity Fanart Book by the charity organization Gamers For Good was the obvious choice.

The book will feature over 900 submissions from over 450 artists around the world, each a piece of art inspired by Undertale, which itself was Kickstarted many years ago. The book won’t be limited, as it’ll feature 2D drawings, 3D renders, cosplay, paintings, and crafts. It’ll all be presented in a professionally bound and designed book.

See and Hear

In addition to the book, there will also be a soundtrack with custom music; remixes and tracks inspired by the game. It doesn’t stop there either, as the backer rewards also include T-shirts, stickers, and even a cookie at the highest reward tier.

It should come as little surprise that the Kickstarter has already blown past its goal, and is currently sitting at $43,488. There are still 12 days left in the campaign, but some of the better reward tiers are already gone, like a custom painting at $2,000.

Best of all, all the proceeds of the book with go to three charities: Anxiety Gaming, Child’s Play, and Take This. The goal is to raise awareness for mental health, and turn the stigma facing mental health issues around.

Josh Griffiths

Josh Griffiths

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Josh Griffiths knows how to write a professional bio. He knows he should talk about how he writes about videogames and sports for a living. He also understands that he should mention that he's in charge of Cliqist's video team, and that he's got a nose for trouble. With a capital 'Q'!
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