Omaha tech company gives back to community

OMAHA, Neb.Accordion Games, an Omaha gaming and technology company, is spreading the holiday cheer by pledging 10 percent of proceeds from its mobile game sales to help nonprofit organizations. It will make the donations based on sales through Dec. 15 through its Social Responsibility Program.

The company plans to raise at least $10,000 from sales of its games to help the underprivileged in the community. The company is known for Android games like “Invaders!” and “Invaders Attack!” It began making Flash games in 2013, and then branched out with games for Android, personal computers and the Nintendo Wii U.

On its website, the company stated “Business is not just about profit, it should also make the world better for all of us.”

Source: Silicon Prairie News

Source: Accordion Games  

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