This Saturdy, November 4 at 9am PT, Double Fine Productions will kick off their 25-hour (adjusted with daylight savings time difference) livestream to raise money for Extra Life and the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals in the Bay Area. Streaming from their studio in San Francisco, the bravest and mightiest from the Double Fine team will stay up all night from nine to nine, and play some of the most interesting, weird, and silliest games they can find, including a number of unreleased indie titles that will be playable at the upcoming Day of the Devs festival on November 11.
Fans can tune in at any time on Double Fine’s Twitch channel to watch all the shenanigans go down, and potentially be treated to a special guest drop-in! If they feel inclined to support, fans can also donate here to help the children of the Bay Area.
The rough stream schedule is below, for your reference:
9am – a Wholesome, Nutritious, Balanced Breakfast
10:30am – Saturday Morning Cartoons
12pm – Day of the Devs: Multiplayer
1pm – Day of the Devs: Games from the Bundle
2pm – Cancer Awareness Hour
3pm – Psychonauts with the Next Generation
4pm – QWERTY
5pm – The Schafering
6pm – Get the cool shoe shine
7pm – Multiplayer Mayhem
10pm – Egyptology 101
11pm – Quarter Munchers
Midnight – Arcade Evolution
1am – Rhythm of the night
2am – Time Warp
2am (again) – Lost in time and space
3am – The Horror, The Horror!
4am – Tuck and Vic’s Bogus Journey
5am – I can SIIIIIINNNNNNGGGG!
6am – Sunday Morning Fever
7am – Sunday Mornin’ Throwin’ down
8am – Light at the End of the Tunnel
9am – Sleepy time
More background on Extra Life: Starting as an online grassroots movement, Extra Life now unites thousands of gamers around the world to play games in support of their local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital. Since its inception in 2008, they’ve raised more than $30 million for sick and injured kids. Find out more here.