Gamers Can Support Wounded Military by Playing Online Game

Too Much Stupid to Donate Proceeds to Benefit Wounded Soldiers

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Powells Point, NC (PRWEB) January 13, 2014

Too Much Stupid, an online game developer, is using its Global Triumph war game to benefit the Semper Fi Fund.

Global Triumph is a free, long-term, Web-based war game that focuses on military strategy. The game operates a number of worlds that allow players to compete to take over massive maps by setting daily attacks.

Now, a new Semper Fi charity world has been launched that allows users to purchase additional in-game funds for their country.

“No one deserves our help more than the heroes who put everything on the line for our freedoms,” says Johnny Cison, the owner/operator of Too Much Stupid. 95% of all proceeds from the Semper Fi charity world will go directly to the Semper Fi Fund.

The Semper Fi Fund provides immediate financial assistance and lifetime support for injured and critically ill members of the U.S. Armed Forces and their families.

Anyone interested in reading more, or playing the Semper Fi charity world (even without making donations), can visit: toomuchstupid.com/semperfi.

For more information on the Semper Fi Fund, please visit: semperfifund.org.


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