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Thanks: GAMBIT's Crappy Game Complaining Marathon Raises Over $4,500 For The Boys and Girls Club Cambridge Clubhouse

On February 18th, 2012, The Singapore-GAMBIT Game Lab ran their first ever "Crappy Game Complaining Marathon" to raise money for The Boys and Girls Club Cambridge Clubhouse.  In total we raised over $4,500 to fund programs at the Clubhouse. This "BEST OF" video that features some of the funniest moments of the day was produced as a thanks to all who volunteers and all who donated that day.  You can still donate at the  Crappy Game Complaining Marathon website. Video produced by Generoso Fierro, edited by James Barrile.  

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