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Mammoth Partner unlocked: Frontier Developments

Teaming up with us for their third year in a row, it’s Frontier Developments.
Providing us with Planet Coaster and Elite Dangerous to give away during the event.

And don’t forget, we will actually be playing the games that we give away, so what you see is what you get!

A bit about the games

The highly acclaimed Planet Coaster gives players limitless freedom to build rides and scenery piece by piece, with advanced management simulation gameplay and a connected global village where everyone can share in the creativity of players around the world. Released late 2016, the BAFTA-nominated Planet Coaster quickly became one of the top selling PC titles of the year.

Released in December 2014, the BAFTA-nominated Elite Dangerous is the definitive, massively multiplayer space epic, and was Frontier’s first self-published triple-A game. Players take control of their own starship and can fight, explore and travel throughout an expansive cutthroat galaxy. With 400 Billion star systems and an ever-evolving narrative, players can choose to play alone or take part in a remarkable multiplayer experience.

TSU Gaming Marathon Raises $2100 for Enable!

Gaming Marathon Success

Between the 1st and 3rd of April, Toy Soldiers across the world gathered together in the digital realm.

Their mission? Stream and game for as long or as often as possible between Friday and Sunday, and raise $2000 for the Enable Community Foundation.

It was a SMASHING success. With Lt. Sophie, Engineer Airhead and SilentAddle leading by example, there were over a dozen people streaming at various times on the weekend, across a variety of games. Minecraft, Elite Dangerous, Don’t Starve Together, Banished, Mario Kart, board games, the list just goes on.

And we did it all for benefit of the Enable Community Foundation, an organisation and network of 3D printers around the globe, who make 3D printed prosthetic hands for disabled children, for free! We felt that any group that goes to such efforts to bring a little happiness to the world using their creative talents deserves a helping hand from the Army of Toy Soldiers.

We want to give a huge thank you to everyone who donated, to all the streamers, all the gamers, and everyone who helped behind the scenes, for making such an awesome event happen. And do not fret.

The Gaming Mammoth WILL return!

Now, check out this explosive ending to the Minecraft Server!

TSU Gaming Marathon a smashing success!

Gaming Marathon - Mission Accomplished

Last weekend, Toy Soldiers from across the globe gathered together to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Society.

Not only did we smash through the $1000 target (which was last years Gamin Marathons total), but we also smashed through the secondary target of $1500, raising a total of $1565! Donations will remain open until this Wednesday for anyone who wishes to donate further.

This year we played two games. Minecraft and Don’t Starve Together, from 8pm on Friday until 3pm on Sunday, and it is thanks to Lt. Sophie’s organizing that everyone who partook had a smashing good time. We reached out for comment, but apparently she wont stop hugging the coffee machine which aided her through the weekend.

We want to thank everyone who watched, chatted and donated, but we especially want to thank all the gamers who joined in and made this event possible. So thank you to: Lt Sophie, Engineer Airhead, LED Master Gonzo, Trigo, Brigadier Iron Davis, Rydius, B34R, Captain Cog, Darth Raziel, IceRoyale, Sergeant Voltor, Silent Addle, Dothrah, Elve, Delina, Scouter715, Sokamin, TechieFive, 8Ben, SmupahLilPudding, Th3Jane, and MetalKitten.

Congratulations to you all, you have done an amazing job.

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